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Ontario Hydro 
Statistical Yearbook 

Supplement to the 
Seventy-sixth Annual Report 

for the year 1983 



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ISSN 0382-2834 



700 University Ave., Toronto, Canada 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

THE CORPORATION 1 

OPERATIONS 3 

PROVIDING POWER AND ENERGY 3 

NUCLEAR GENERATION 7 

NUCLEAR SAFETY 7 

CUSTOMER RELATIONS 9 

ENERGY MANAGEMENT 10 

RATES 11 

ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 12 

PLANNING 13 

ENVIRONMENT 14 

SUPPLY 15 

STAFF 15 

HEALTH AND SAFETY 16 

APPENDIX I— OPERATIONS 17 

ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY ONTARIO HYDRO 18 

IN-SERVICE DEPENDABLE CAPACITY 

AND PRIMARY DEMAND 19 

ONTARIO HYDRO'S TOTAL RESOURCES 20 

ANALYSIS OF ENERGY SALES 22 

NUMBER OF ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 24 

TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 24 

DISTRIBUTION LINES 24 

APPENDIX II— FINANCE 25 

FINANCIAL REVIEW 26 

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES ... 31 

STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 35 

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 36 

STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 

DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 38 

STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION OF 

RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 38 

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION ... 39 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 40 

AUDITORS' REPORT 47 

FIVE YEAR SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL STATISTICS 48 

FIXED ASSETS 50 

ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 52 

DETAIL OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE 53 

SUMMARY OF THE ALLOCATION OF AMOUNTS 

CHARGED FOR PRIMARY POWER— ALL CUSTOMERS ... 56 



STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR 

PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 58 

STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY 

MUNICIPALITIES THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT 
APPROPRIATIONS 76 

APPENDIX III— POWER DISTRICT 84 

KILOMETRES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL 

CUSTOMERS 87 

ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 89 

SUPPLEMENT— MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 91 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY SALES, REVENUE AND 

CUSTOMERS 93 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE MUNICIPAL 

ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 96 

ELECTRICAL SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 228 

INDEX 248 



Ontario Hydro 
Statistical Yearbook 



Supplement to the Seventy-sixth Annual Report 



THE CORPORATION 

Ontario Hydro is a corporation without share capital created by a special statute 
of the Province of Ontario in 1906. It now operates under the authority of the 
Power Corporation Act, R.S.O. 1980, Chapter 384, as amended, with broad 
powers to generate, supply and deliver electric power throughout the province. 
It is also authorized to produce and sell steam and hot water as primary products. 
The Corporation's prime objective is to supply the people of Ontario with electrici- 
ty at the lowest feasible cost consistent with high safety and quality of service 
standards. 

Ontario Hydro's main activity is wholesaling electric power to municipal 
utilities in urban areas, who in turn retail it to customers in their service areas. 
Ontario Hydro also serves directly more than 100 large industrial customers and 
about 768,500 rural retail customers in areas or communities not served by 
municipal utilities. In 1983, approximately 3,048,000 customers were served by 
Ontario Hydro and the municipal utilities in the province. 

Ontario Hydro operates 79 hydraulic, fossil and nuclear generating stations 
and an extensive power grid across Ontario to meet the province's demands for 
electric energy. Interconnections with other systems place the Corporation in an 
extensive electrical grid that covers a large segment of the North American 
continent. 

In addition, Ontario Hydro exercises certain regulatory functions over munici- 
pal utilities and also exercises the approval and inspection functions for electrical 
equipment (in conjunction with the Canadian Standards Association) and electri- 
cal wiring installations throughout the province. 



2 The Corporation 

Ontario Hydro is a financially self-sustaining corporation. The Province of 
Ontario guarantees bonds and notes issued to the public by the Corporation. 

Ontario Hydro's head office is located at 700 University Avenue, Toronto, 
Ontario. For administrative and operational purposes, six regional and 53 area 
offices are maintained throughout the province. 

The business and affairs of Ontario Hydro are directed and controlled by a 
board of directors consisting of a chairman, a president, a vice-chairman, and 
not more than 10 other directors. All of the members of the board are appointed 
by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council of the province except the president who 
is a full-time employee of the Corporation appointed by the Board. 

To assist the Board in directing the Corporation's affairs, there are five Com- 
mittees of the Board — Finance, Audit, Management Resources, Social Respon- 
sibility, and Technical Advisory. These committees review and make recommen- 
dations to the Board on matters within their terms of reference. 



STATISTICAL 



1973 1974 



In-service dependable peak capacity, December .... thousand kW 17,501 15,759 

Primary peak demand, December thousand kW 13,606 13,538 

Annual energy generated and received (1) million kW.h 83,505 88,697 

Primary energy demand million kW.h 78,163 82,696 

Secondary sales million kW.h 5,342 6,001 

Annual energy sold by Ontario Hydro (2) million kW.h 78,237 82,919 

Primary revenue of Ontario Hydro million $ 794 896 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 6,581 7,447 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 997 890 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 6,343 7,080 

Long-term liabilities and notes payable million $ 4,701 5,278 

Transmission line (circuit length) kilometres 36,886 37,469 

Distribution line (3) kilometres 87,091 88,095 

Average number of employees in year 22,962 23,612 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilites 353 353 

Ultimate customers served by Ont. Hydro and municipal 

utilities thousands 2,537 2,593 



(1) Excludes circulating energy flows. 

(2) Excludes transmission losses, internal primary loads (construction projects and 
heavy water plant). 

(3) Transmission lines under 50 kV classified distribution beginning in 1980. 



Providing Power and Energy 3 

OPERATIONS 

Providing Power and Energy 

The year 1983 marked a real turnaround for Ontario Hydro. As the province 
climbed out of a severe recession, which brought an actual drop in primary 
electrical energy demand of 0.8 per cent in 1982, records were set in electricity 
demand during 1983. 

A mild winter and a weak economy during the first four months of 1983 gave 
way to a hot summer, stronger industrial activity and extremes of cold in the last 
month of the year. These circumstances, coupled with weak demand in the 
corresponding period in 1982, contributed to a year-to-year average growth in 
primary energy demand of about 1 1 per cent for the May to December period. 



SUMMARY 1973-1983 



1975 


1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 


1983 


18,667 


19,677 


21,347 


22,845 


22,664 


22,561 


22,617 


21,872 


21,486 


14,513 


15,896 


15,677 


15,722 


16,365 


16,808 


16,600 


16,872 


18,792 


86,194 


95,010 


101,382 


105,766 


109,788 


110,901 


112,722 


111,589 


117,971 


84,222 


90,853 


92,855 


95,373 


98,127 


100,174 


101,659 


100,836 


106,071 


1,972 


4,157 


8,527 


10,393 


11,661 


10,727 


11,063 


10,753 


11,900 


80,186 


88,299 


95,083 


99,379 


103,778 


104,994 


107,339 


105,758 


111,673 


1,027 


1,320 


1,759 


1,979 


2,222 


2,458 


2,737 


2,969 


3,357 


8,863 


10,161 


11,561 


13,200 


14,776 


16,073 


18,235 


20,786 


23,554 


1,442 


1,326 


1,425 


1,694 


1,659 


1,369 


2,207 


3,006 


2,847 


8,593 


9,924 


11,386 


13,162 


14,514 


15,593 


17,830 


20,721 


23,194 


6,672 


7,907 


8,954 


10,424 


11,536 


12,520 


14,197 


16,443 


18,266 


38,207 


38,964 


39,724 


40,103 


39,485 


26,476 


26,596 


26,875 


27,030 


89,426 


90,365 


91,204 


90,559 


90,157 


101,601 


101,211 


101,562 


101,769 


25,361 


24,123 


25,118 


27,850 


28,385 


28,902 


30,850 


32,654 


31,233 


353 


353 


352 


334 


332 


324 


324 


324 


320 


2,647 


2,710 


2,775 


2,833 


2,878 


2,927 


2,967 


3,004 


3,051 



4 Operations 

Over the whole year, Ontario Hydro satisfied an all-time high of 106.1 billion 
kilowatt-hours in provincial primary energy demand - 5.2 per cent more than in 
1982. 

The year's primary peak demand of 18.8 million kilowatts on December 21 
was also a record, surpassing 1982's peak, set on January 18 of that year. 

In 1983, Hydro delivered a total of 118.0 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity 
to the bulk electricity system, of which 94 per cent was generated from its own 
resources. Purchased energy, including Douglas Point's production of 1 .2 billion 
kilowatt-hours, provided the balance. 



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10,000 



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78 



Energy Production 



Energy made available 



hydro-electric 
fossil thermal 

j nuclear 

]] receipts 




illion kW-h 
► 120,000 



100,000 



80,000 



60,000 



40,000 



20,000 



1974 76 78 80 82 



Hydro's CANDU nuclear units supplied 38.3 billion kilowatt-hours, a 10 per 
cent increase over 1982. This represents 32.5 per cent of total energy generated 
and purchased, and reflects the additional nuclear production provided by unit 
5 at Pickering B which came into service in May. 

Hydro-electric production also experienced a year-to-year increase, up 6.1 per 
cent to 36.6 billion kilowatt-hours — or 3 1 per cent of total energy made available. 
Above-normal water flows, which prevailed on some major rivers during the first 
half of the year, were the primary reason for this increased output. 



6 Operations 

The rate of fossil-fired generation fluctuated considerably during the year, from 
a low in June to a record high in December. This reflected extreme winter and 
summer weather conditions, unavailability of some nuclear units, and wide varia- 
tions in industrial loads. Coal-fired units provided virtually all of the 35.8 billion 
kilowatt-hours of fossil generation and accounted for 30.4 per cent of the electrici- 
ty supplied for Ontario Hydro customers during the year. 

The Corporation's earnings from an unprecedented volume of export business 
in 1983 benefitted Ontario consumers. Hydro earned an income of $159.8 million 
from the sale of 1 1 .9 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity to utilities in New York, 
Michigan, Ohio and Vermont. As in previous years, these export sales produced 
a two- fold economic advantage: they not only lowered the cost of electricity within 
the province, but they also improved Canada's balance of payments with the 
United States. In 1983, Hydro's income from power exports reduced the cost of 
providing electricity to Ontario consumers by almost 5 per cent. 

At the same time, excluding Douglas Point's production, Ontario Hydro pur- 
chased 5.8 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity from other utilities, primarily from 
Quebec and Manitoba, at a cost of approximately $96 million. Purchasing, rather 
than generating, this power netted savings to Hydro's customers of approximately 
$20 million. 

Lower than expected load growth, environmental considerations, and the need 
to keep overall costs of operating the power system as low as possible have all 
prompted Hydro to lessen its dependence on its older fossil-fired generating 
stations. As in the previous three years, more coal-fired units were either com- 
pletely taken out of service or placed in a condition which permits restart within 
weeks if required. 

Accordingly, after providing more than 30 years of reliable electrical service, 
the partially closed Richard L. Hearn station was taken out of service pending 
a review of its future. Also closed during the year were two units at the 30-year-old 
J. Clark Keith Generating Station. 

FUEL CONSUMED TO PRODUCE ELECTRICITY 

Percentage 
Consumed in Year Change 
Kind of Fuel 1983 1982 in 1983 

Uranium (Megagrams) 665.2 610.6 +8.9 

Coal (Megagrams) 13,014,605 12,449,103 +4.5 

Natural Gas (Million Cubic Metres) ... 1.2 11.4 -89.5 

Residual and Crude Oil (Cubic Metres) . - 58,913 -100.0 
Ignition and Combustion Turbine Oil 

(Cubic Metres) 48,200 51,700 -6.8 



Nuclear Generation 7 

In 1983, coal-fired plants continued to be an important source of power for 

meeting peak loads during periods of heavy demand. Actual coal burned in 1983 

to generate 32.4 per cent of Hydro's electricity production totalled 12.9 million 

megagrams. 

Nuclear Generation 

The performance of Hydro's CANDU reactors in 1983 demonstrated nuclear 
power's economic advantages over coal for meeting the province's base load 
generation requirements. 

Ontario Hydro's total cost of generating one kilowatt-hour of electricity from 
nuclear stations averaged 1 .87 cents in 1983 compared to 3.45 cents for electricity 
from fossil stations. 

Forecasts of unit energy costs continue to favour the economics of nuclear over 
coal. These costs include operations, maintenance, administration, fuel, deprecia- 
tion and financing charges. In arriving at these costs, Hydro takes into account 
the historical accounting costs of operating facilities and the actual energy 
generated by these facilities during the year. 

Providing electricity at a cost of 0.58 cents per kilowatt-hour in 1983, the 
Corporation's 68 hydro-electric generating stations remained the least expensive 
of Hydro's generation. 

Hydro's nine CANDU reactors completed another year of outstanding produc- 
tivity in 1983. Four of them ranked in the top 10 in a world-wide comparison 
of more than 160 operating reactors of similar size. 

On a lifetime basis, Bruce unit 3 holds the distinction of first place in this 
comparison, while Bruce unit 4 occupies second position on a lifetime basis as 
well as for 1983. 

Pickering unit 5 experienced a successful initial operating period, reporting an 
average capacity factor of 92 per cent during its first eight months of service. 

Bruce A achieved outstanding performance in 1983 with a station capacity 
factor of 90. 1 per cent — that is, the four units were running and producing power 
more than 90 per cent of the time throughout 1983. Despite the pressure tube 
problems at units 1 and 2, Pickering A achieved a capacity factor of 76.2 per 
cent. 

Nuclear Safety 

The high level of performance that has been achieved in employee and public 
radiological safety in the nuclear program continued in 1 983 . The average amount 
of radiation received by nuclear station workers in the course of their work was 



8 Operations 

less than one sixth of the maximum amount permitted under Atomic Energy 

Control Board regulations. 

In 1983, Hydro's nuclear operating staff took considerable pride in working 
more than 10 million hours with a very low conventional accident rate of less than 
two lost-time accidents per million employee-hours and no incidence of whole- 
body radiation exposure beyond regulatory limits. This has extended Ontario 
Hydro's nuclear operations record to 21 years without a conventional occupation- 
al fatality or a radiation incident that resulted in any form of acute radiation injury 
to employees or the public. At the same time, there were no radioactive air or 
water emissions of any consequence to the public. 



In-service dependable peak capacity 



hydro-electric 
fossil thermal 
I 1 nuclear thermal 
~^ purchased 



thousand kW 



• 25,000 




20,000 



15,000 



j • 10,000 



• 5,000 



1974 76 78 80 82 



Customer Relations 9 

The Corporation's diligence in assuring the safety of its employees and the 
public was reflected in the handling of the pressure tube failure at Pickering on 
August 1 . The quick and competent response of control room operators in shutting 
down the unit 2 reactor meant that the automatic shutdown systems did not have 
to be used. There was no release of radiation, no injury and no damage to the 
reactor. The staffs response attests to the high calibre of Hydro's nuclear operator 
training program. 

In 1983, Hydro continued its intensive program of monitoring radiation levels 
in the area around nuclear sites. About 12,000 environmental measurements 
confirmed that radioactive emissions were typically less than 1 per cent of the 
maximum permitted by the Atomic Energy Control Board. 

Customer Relations 

Ontario Hydro's corporate strategy for the 1980s is to serve better the interests 
of energy users across the province. One way to do this is to develop wiser and 
wider uses for electricity. 

Achieving this goal means strengthening customer relationships with municipal 
utilities, and direct industrial and rural customers. 

Hydro created separate Regions and Marketing Branches in March to focus 
attention on customer needs — both traditional needs for reliable and reasonably 
priced electricity, and emerging needs for new and more energy efficient applica- 
tions for electricity. 

Part of the mandate of the Regions Branch is to serve Hydro's rural customers. 
Major priorities for the new branch are to be responsive to customer needs while 
implementing productivity improvements and delivery of marketing programs. 

One of the challenges facing any corporation which has made cost cutting an 
important goal is to maintain high standards of service. In 1983, the Regions 
Branch was able to reduce — without negative impact on service — some of the 
resources which serve rural customers. Hydro's Niagara Region was phased out 
and its responsibilities absorbed by the neighbouring Western and Central Re- 
gions. This reduces expenditures by about $4 million per year. 

The new Marketing Branch provides reorganizational support for new custom- 
er-oriented initiatives and programs. The Branch consists of Customer Service, 
Market Development, New Business Ventures, and Marketing Operations Divi- 
sions. 



1 Operations 

Ontario Hydro's marketing initiatives have several objectives. Specifically, 
they are: 

1 ) to encourage the efficient use of energy across the province; 

2) to encourage the use of electricity where it will maximize the benefits 
to customers; 

3) to develop the kind of electrical loads which will allow customers to get 
the most economic use out of Ontario's electrical utility systems; 

4) to assist provincial and national programs in reducing Canada's depen- 
dence on oil. 

Energy Management 

Over the years, Ontario Hydro has developed a high level of customer confidence 
not only as a reliable supplier of energy, but also as a source of energy information. 
The Residential Energy Advisory Program (REAP) has been a significant 
achievement in this direction. Hydro and participating municipal utilities have 
conducted thousands of surveys which have given home-owners valuable informa- 
tion on improving the energy efficiency of their homes. 

Providing customers with information is only one side of the story. With the 
new Marketing Operations Division, which was formed in October, Hydro is 
placing an increasing emphasis on listening to customer needs. 

Much of the initial activity of this division is getting to know what customers 
want. Analysis of the major market areas (residential, commercial, agricultural, 
and industrial) allows Hydro to develop market programs that support the 
strategy of wiser and wider use of electricity. A number of new customer needs 
have been identified, and marketing initiatives have been put into place. 

In the industrial sector, work is underway to evaluate the market potential for 
electricity in industry. Case studies were completed during the year for customers 
in the abrasives, mining, metal melting, and pulp and paper industries. These 
studies concentrated on key applications such as heat treating, metal melting, 
and steam raising. 

Tapping steam generating capacity at the Bruce Nuclear Power Development 
can offer Ontario industries an economic and reliable long-term source of industri- 
al steam energy. The Bruce Energy Centre Development Corporation has been 
established to develop and market that potential. The assets of that Corporation 
were purchased by Ontario Hydro in June and funds were approved by the 
provincial government for the building of the steam delivery system to the Centre. 
Engineering of the steam delivery lines is in progress and a marketing plan is 
underway. 



Rates 1 1 

Hydro continued to develop industrial applications for electrical energy. Solid 
state metering for in-plant energy measurements is providing our industrial 
customers with the means to improve the efficiency of their electricity use. Ontario 
Hydro's research activities have also developed Canadian standards for high- 
efficiency electric motors. 

The philosophy underlying the Corporation's marketing efforts in the industrial 
sector is the recognition that low rates and high-efficiency electrical applications 
enable Ontario's industries to become more competitive. 

In the residential sector, among the options available to customers are various 
dual heating systems. One of Hydro's "talking furnace" advertisements told 
customers how an electric plenum heater installed in an oil furnace could cut oil 
consumption and reduce heating bills. 

Ontario Hydro continued to lend support and develop work on the super 
energy-efficient home. 

Financial support to customers for conversions was identified as a need. Loans 
were made available to area and utility customers to enable them to spread their 
net conversion costs over a period of time on their electricity bills. 

In 1983, activities in commercial and agricultural markets were focused on 
retrofitting buildings such as schools, offices, municipal and other government 
facilities, as well as hotels and motels. The Marketing Branch is now seeking 
opportunities for electrical energy in farming operations, new buildings, nursing 
homes, and multi-residence high-rise buildings. 

Rates 

The past decade has seen the cost of most forms of energy escalate rapidly. 
However, the average wholesale cost of electricity produced by Ontario Hydro 
since 1979 has actually declined by 2.2 per cent in real dollar terms. 

In October, Hydro's Board of Directors approved an average rate increase of 
7.8 per cent for 1984 — 8.0 per cent for the municipal utility group, 7.6 per cent 
for the direct customer group, and a net 7.5 per cent for the rural retail system. 
The rural rate increase takes into account $45 million in assistance provided by 
all electricity consumers in the province to reduce the electric bills of year-round 
rural residential customers. The level of this assistance in 1983 was $35 million. 
(In 1981, legislation was passed to reduce the difference between bills paid by 
the rural and urban residents to 1 5 per cent, based on a monthly consumption 
of 1,000 kilowatt-hours.) 

Excluding local utility costs, Hydro's 1984 wholesale rate will mean an increase 
of less than $3.00 on the typical monthly bill of a municipal utility residential 
customer. A typical rural customer will pay an increase of $3.42 on his monthly 
bill. 



1 2 Engineering and Construction 

There are a number of factors which affect the 1984 rate increase. The major 
one is the cost associated with bringing new nuclear generating capacity into 
service. While this puts upward pressure on rate increases over the short term, 
in the long term a real decline in electricity rates is forecast. Over the life of the 
station, the low fuelling costs of a nuclear station compared to coal more than 
offset the higher capital costs. 

Another contributing factor is the increased cost of fuel, labour, and materials 
used in operating our facilities. Hydro is subject to the same inflationary trends 
that exist elsewhere. Consequently, these costs must be recovered through elec- 
tricity rates. 

Starting in 1984, there may be some periods when there is nuclear generating 
capacity surplus to system needs. Since nuclear plants have low operating costs, 
Hydro can make this nuclear energy available to Ontario customers under certain 
conditions at attractive rates. 

Consequently, Hydro has introduced new rate classes on an experimental basis 
— intermittent and monthly blended. Although the rates for these new classes 
are lower than Hydro's firm power rates, they recover more than our incremental 
costs (such as fuel) and also make a contribution towards Hydro's fixed costs. 
The new classes were available beginning on April 1, 1984. 

ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 

Ontario Hydro is continuing its efforts to match resources as closely as possible 
with the province's need for electricity. These efforts have led Hydro to scale down 
its generating construction program considerably since the mid-1970s when the 
forecasts called for 7 per cent annual load growth. Since 1975, more than 12 
million kilowatts of planned generating capacity has been cancelled — the 
equivalent of three Darlington stations. 

Based on the latest long-term forecast of 2.4 per cent average annual growth, 
the current expansion program will add almost 8.2 million kilowatts of capacity, 
primarily nuclear, by 1992. By that time, nuclear energy is expected to provide 
almost two-thirds of the province's electricity. 

The first nuclear unit at the Pickering B station went into commercial service 
during 1983. Two Pickering B units and the single-unit lignite-fired Atikokan 
station are scheduled to go into service during 1984. 

Meanwhile, construction continued at the site of the four-unit Darlington 
nuclear generating station, which is expected to be placed in service between 1 988 
and 1992. At year's end, almost 3,000 workers were employed on that project. 



Planning 1 3 

POWER DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 
as at December 31, 1983 





Units 


Installation 
Schedule 


Installed Capacity 


Development 


Number 


Type 


Installed 


Under 
Construction 


Pickering B — Lake Ontario 
east of Toronto 


4 

4 

4 

1 


TN 

TN 

TN 
TC 


1983-84-84-85 

1984-84-86-87 

1988-89-91-92 
1984 


kW 
540,000 


kW 
1,620,000 


Bruce B — Lake Huron near 
Kincardine 


3,200,000 


Darlington — Lake Ontario 

near Newcastle 


3,600,000 


Atikokan 


200,000 







TC — Thermal-electric conventional 
TN — Thermal-electric nuclear 

The year 1983 saw completion of a number of transmission line projects, inc- 
luding a new double-circuit 345,000-volt interconnection with the New York 
Power Authority. This project improves system security and increases power 
exchange capability with New York state. In the northwest part of the province, 
a new 230,000-volt transmission line, stretching from Marmion Lake to the 
MacKenzie transformer station, will tie in Atikokan generating station when it 
comes into service in 1984. 



Planning 

Ontario Hydro is a leader in building public participation programs into system 
expansion planning. In 1983, it completed another phase in the largest such 
project ever undertaken by a Canadian utility. This lengthy study, underway since 
1980, involves finding suitable locations for transmission lines in southwestern 
Ontario and a transformer station in the London area. Public involvement in this 
phase of the project culminated on December 1, 1983 with the submission of a 
Route Stage Environmental Assessment to the Minister of the Environment for 
government and public review. 

By year's end, the Joint Board, constituted under the Consolidated Hearings 
Act, had scheduled preliminary hearings for February, 1984, prior to conducting 
a full public inquiry into Hydro's route stage proposal. 



1 4 Engineering and Construction 

A similar major transmission study is in progress in eastern Ontario. Transmis- 
sion facilities are needed to meet the growing demand for electricity, particularly 
in the Ottawa area, and to strengthen Hydro's interconnection with Hydro- 
Quebec. By year's end, alternative routes for two new 500-kilovolt lines between 
Kingston and Ottawa had been identified. 

Hydro is applying to the Joint Board to amend the eastern Ontario study by 
separating the interconnection with Hydro-Quebec from the facilities required 
for the supply of Ontario Hydro customers. This is being done to avoid additional 
delays in transmission facilities required to reliably supply the rapidly growing 
loads in the Ottawa area. 

Public hearings on the supply to the Ottawa area are expected to begin early 
in 1985 following Hydro's submission of a Route Stage Environmental Assess- 
ment. 

ENVIRONMENT 

With the conversion of a second Nanticoke generating unit to low nitrogen oxide 
(NO x ) burners, Hydro was able to reduce its NO x emissions. Each unit equipped 
with low-NO x burners cuts down its nitrogen oxide emissions by 25 per cent. All 
eight units at this station will be retrofitted with these burners in the future. 

Because two nuclear units were out of service for several months and increase 
in demand was higher than expected, Hydro had to depend more heavily on its 
coal plants in 1983 than planned. Consequently, it was unable to reduce sulphur 
dioxide emissions as expected. This, however, will not affect Hydro's commitment 
to cut total acid gas emissions to 450,000 tonnes by 1986 and, ultimately, to 
300,000 tonnes by the end of the decade. 

In cooperation with other organizations such as the Canadian Electrical Associ- 
ation, Ontario Hydro participated during the year in acid rain studies and 
research. The purpose is to evaluate the effects of acid rain on the environment, 
and to identify the atmospheric process by which sulphur and nitrogen oxides are 
converted into acid rain. These research activities should help develop economic 
and effective ways to control acid rain across North America. 

In addition to acid rain research, Ontario Hydro continued with environmental 
monitoring programs. These programs, which generally monitor the aquatic, 
atmospheric, and terrestrial environments, are started before the construction of 
all major Ontario Hydro projects and continue for several years into the operation 
phase. The purpose is to verify previous predictions of environmental effects and 
to identify any significant environmental impacts which require action. 

Among other environmental activities, the Mississagi River Bank Stabilization 
Project exemplifies initiatives which Ontario Hydro undertakes to protect natural 



Supply 1 5 

resources. Work on the river slope stabilization project, downstream from the Red 
Rock Falls generating station, progressed during the year and is scheduled to 
conclude in 1985. 

Also in 1983, Hydro reached a milestone in its research, design and develop- 
ment efforts for securing improved cooling systems at thermal stations. The 
adoption of a flat slotted intake design for Darlington will considerably reduce 
the entrapment of fish into the station's cooling system. 

SUPPLY 

The downward trend in capital construction activity meant that Hydro spent 
about 29 per cent less in 1983 than 1982 on equipment, materials, and services. 
Canadian sources received 85 per cent of the $550 million Hydro spent on 
equipment, materials and services in 1983, and 90 per cent of Canadian purchases 
were made in Ontario. In addition, Hydro spent almost $907 million on primary 
fuels, 79 per cent for fossil fuels and the balance for nuclear. Those expenditures 
represent a reduction of more than 13 per cent from 1982 fuel costs. 

STAFF 

As Ontario Hydro's corporate strategy for the 1980s is implemented, emphasis 
within the Corporation has begun to shift from engineering and construction 
activities to service and marketing efforts. 

This corporate realignment has resulted in a general reduction in the number 
of employees in response to declining workload in many parts of the organization. 
More than two-thirds of those employees whose jobs had been phased out during 
the past year and a half found, or were seeking, other positions within the 
Corporation by the end of 1983. 

Attention is being focused on preparing the people of Hydro to deal with the 
organization's changing direction. This means matching the skills and experience 
of surplus employees with the jobs becoming available through normal attrition 
as well as corporate realignment. 

As construction activities decline over the next several years, there will be a 
corresponding reduction in design and construction staff. At the same time, the 
increased emphasis on customer service will open up a number of opportunities. 

In 1983, a special program that encouraged long-service employees to retire 
early without any significant financial disadvantage resulted in approximately 
1,300 early retirements. This, in turn, created openings for surplus staff and other 
employees. 

By the end of the year, Hydro employed 23,376 regular staff, a decrease of 
1,870 from 1982. 



16 Staff 

The issue of surplus staff was also one of the primary concerns in the negotia- 
tions between the Corporation and its professional and supervisory staff. These 
negotiations produced an agreement that provides for more flexible placement 
of surplus employees. 

Like all provincially regulated organizations, Ontario Hydro had to abide by 
the Inflation Restraint Act, 1982, which limited pay increases to 5 per cent during 
1983. 

Hydro's employees made their own contribution to restraint. Most staff took 
vacation time or leave without pay over the Christmas holiday period, which 
allowed Hydro to shut down all but essential services. 

Hydro continued to lend full support to the Ontario Human Rights Code. A 
human rights training program familiarized supervisory staff with the code and 
its application in the workplace. In addition, two policies on illegal discriminatory 
practices and sexual harassment were widely publicized throughout the Corpora- 
tion during the year. 

The Corporation continued to devote attention to its Equal Opportunity Pro- 
gram. The objective of the program is to ensure that women have the same access 
to training and career advancement as men do, resulting in increased opportunities 
in executive, management, professional, technical, and trades jobs. 

Health and safety 

Employee and management achievements in occupational health and safety were 
impressive in 1983. 

For the first time in more than 30 years, the staff worked an entire year without 
an on-the-job fatality. The time lost for work-related injuries dropped to 40 per 
cent of the previous five-year average, the lowest rate ever achieved. 

Although within the realm of statistical variation, these results followed in- 
creased attention paid by managers and employees to the control of electrical 
contact and falling accidents — the predominant cause of fatal accidents among 
electrical utilities. 

Hydro began a surveillance study of disease and mortality rates among all 
current and former employees involved in forestry since 1948. The results of this 
multi-year study should provide Hydro and other health officials with valuable 
data on the possible effects of chemical sprays that have been used in clearing 
rights of way. The use of herbicides does not, as far as is known, present a risk 
to either employees or the public. But Hydro is seeking further confirmation 
through this study that the spraying of herbicides is as safe as evidence to date 
suggests. 



17 

APPENDIX I -OPERATIONS 

The analysis of energy made available by Ontario Hydro on page 1 8 shows 
for the Total System, the energy obtained from each major source in 1982 and 
1 983 and the related percentage changes in 1 983. The table also shows the primary 
and secondary energy supplied in each year together with the percentage changes 
in 1983. 

The Table of In-Service Dependable Capacity and Primary Demand on 
page 19 shows the primary peak demand for the month of December and the 
in-service dependable peak capacity of resources at that time. A separate table 
on pages 20 and 21 gives the in-service dependable peak capacity of major Ontario 
Hydro generating stations and contract firm power purchases at the time of the 
December system peak. Any comparison of total primary peak demand and 
resources should make allowance for the part of total primary demand that may 
be interrupted under contracts accepted by the customer. In 1983 this interrupt- 
ible load over the December peak was approximately 505 megawatts. 

The in-service dependable peak capacity of a hydraulic generating station is 
the estimated output that an analysis of stream-flow conditions indicates the 
station is capable of producing 98 percent of the time. It can be expected to exceed 
this output in 49 out of 50 years. Since the stations so rated are distributed on 
many widely separated watersheds and since all would not be simultaneously 
affected by stream flows, the amount by which the total hydro-electric generating 
capacity of the system exceeds the sum of the various station capacities represents 
the diversity in stream flow within the system. 

The in-service dependable peak capacity of a thermal generating station is the 
net peaking capacity of its fully commissioned units minus capacity which is 
mothballed or frozen. 






18 Appendix I — Operations 

ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY ONTARIO HYDRO 



1982 



1983 



Increase 

or 
Decrease 



TOTAL SYSTEM 

Generation — Nuclear (1) 

— Thermal 

— Hydraulic . 



Total Generation 

Purchases and Net Other Interchange (1) 
Total Resources Generated and Received 

Primary Demand 

Secondary Sales 



MW.h 

34 800 653 

34 749 099 
34 527 438 

104 077 190 

7 511 633 

111 588 823 

100 835 600 

10 753 223 



MW.h 

38 274 592 

35 848 401 

36 621 742 

110 744 735 

7 226 511 

117 971 246 

106 071 165 

11 900 081 



10.0 

3.2 
6.1 

6.4 

-3.8 
5.7 
5.2 
10.7 



(1) Douglas Point Generating Station is included in Purchases. 



Power Resources and Requirements 1 9 

IN-SERVICE DEPENDABLE CAPACITY AND PRIMARY DEMAND 
DECEMBER PEAK 1982 AND 1983 





1982 
MW 


1983 
MW 


Net Increase 


TOTAL SYSTEM 


MW 


% 


In-Service Dependable Capacity 










Generation — Nuclear 


5 042.3 


5 558.3 


516.0 


10.2 


— Thermal 


10 130.5 


9 224.0 


-906.5 


-8.9 


— Hydraulic 


6 493.4 


6 497.4 


4.0 


0.1 


Total Generation 


21 666.2 


21 279.7 


-386.5 


-1.8 


Firm Purchases 


206.0 


206.0 





- 


Total Resources 


21 872.2 


21 485.7 


-386.5 


-1.8 


Reserve or Deficiency 


5 000.1 


2 694.2 


-2 305.9 


-46.1 


Primary Peak Demand 


16 872.1 


18 791.5 


1 919.4 


11.4 


Ratio of Reserve or 










Deficiency to Primary Demand % 


29.6 


14.3 







The capacities shown are those available for a 20-minute period at the time of the System Primary Peak Demand 
in December, the capacity of the purchased power sources being based on the terms of the purchased contract. The 
Primary Peak Demand shown is the maximum peak for December. Some part of the System Primary Demand is 
subject to interruption in accordance with contract terms accepted by the customers. The total possible load subject 
to such interruptions at the time of the December peak is 505 MW. 



20 



Appendix I — Operations 
ONTARIO HYDRO'S TOTAL RESOURCES- 1983 



Location 

Kincardine 

Pickering 

Rolphton 



Windsor 

Toronto 

Mississauga 

Courtright 

Nanticoke 

Kingston 

Thunder Bay 



River 




Niagara 


(3) 


Welland Canal 


(2) 
(2) 



St. Lawrence 
Ottawa 



Madawaska 

Abitibi 
Mississagi 

Mattagami 

Montreal 
Nipigon 

English 
Kaministikwia 



In-Service 

Dependable 

Capacity 

MW (3) 



Annual Energy 

Output (Net) 

MW.h 



Nuclear Generating Stations 

Bruce 

Pickering 

Nuclear Power Demonstration 

Total Nuclear Generation 

Thermal Generating Stations 

J. Clark Keith 

Richard L. Hearn 

Lakeview 

Lambton 

Nanticoke 

Lennox 

Thunder Bay 

Combustion Turbines and Diesel-Electric 

Total Thermal Generation 

Hydraulic Generating Stations 

Sir Adam Beck — Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck — Niagara No. 2 

Pumping — Generating Station 

Ontario Power 

Toronto Power 

DeCew Falls No. 1 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to Niagara River Stations to compensate for 

use of water by Ontario Hydro rather than by another producer 

Robt H. Saunders 

Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls (Ontario half) 

Mountain Chute 

Barrett Chute 

Stewartville 

Arnprior 

Abitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Aubrey Falls 

Geo W. Rayner 

Wells 

Red Rock Falls 

Kipling 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Lower Notch 

Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

Caribou Falls 

Manitou Falls 

Silver Falls 



2 960.0 

2 576.0 

22.3 



5 558.3 



128.0 



2 286.0 

2 100.0 

4 200.0 



394.0 

116.0 



9 224.0 



435.0 

337.0 

108.0 

28.0 

31.0 
132.0 



707.0 

413.0 
211.0 
111.0 
86.0 

165.0 
172.0 
166.0 
78.0 

294.0 

177.0 

158.0 
46.0 

229.0 
40.0 

142.0 
125.0 
129.0 

254.0 

114.8 
75.0 
62.4 

80.2 
59.6 



21 029 221 

17 096 121 

149 250 



38 274 592 



55 438 

11 098 
4 750 552 

1 1 049 425 

18 198 397 

-11 432 

1 782 496 

12 427 



35 



401 



1 658 016 

10 213 114 

-87 229 

681 434 

-1 256 

153 445 

1 025 166 



7 059 004 

2 400 337 

1 201 796 

760 256 

565 590 

341 965 

342 247 
345 514 
169 851 

1 374 160 
713 153 

230 028 

23 710 

472 297 

219 638 

676 148 
590 736 
675 438 

469 924 

683 682 
480 902 
377 991 

433 801 
324 656 

222 403 



Power Resources 
ONTARIO HYDRO'S TOTAL RESOURCES- 1983 



21 



Winnipeg Whitedog Falls 

Aguasabon Aguasabon 

Various Other Hydraulic Generating Stations 

( 1 ) Adjustment for Diversity — East System 
— West System 

Total Hydraulic Generation 

Total Generation 

Purchases and Net Other Interchange 

Firm Purchases 

(4) — Douglas Point 

(5) - Hydro-Quebec 

— Manitoba Hydro 

Total Firm 

Secondary Purchases 

— Ontario 

— Hydro-Quebec 

— Manitoba 

— USA 

Total Secondary 

(2) Other Interchange (Net) 

Total Receipts 

Total Resources Generated and Received 



In-Service 

Dependable 

Capacity 

MW (3) 



59.2 

45.7 

166.4 
67.0 
22.6 



21 279.7 



206.0 

21 485.7 



Annual Energy 

Output (Net) 

MW.h 



429 184 
313 367 
081 274 



36 621 742 



110 744 735 



1 200 713 

3 148 903 
176 640 

4 526 256 



153 157 

1 646 323 
552 455 

95 170 

2 447 105 

253 150 

7 226 511 

117 971 246 



(1) Adjustment to reconcile the sum of plant capacities with the calculated capacity of the system. 

(2) Net scheduled interconnection transactions of other than purchases and sales. These include electrical energy exchanges, carrier 
transfers, water use adjustments, generating unit rentals. 

(3) Installed dependable peak capacity at the time of the December peak minus capacity which is frozen or mothballed. 

(4) Douglas Point Nuclear Generating Station is owned by Atomic Energyof Canada Limited (AECL), but operated and maintained 
by Ontario Hydro. Ontario Hydro purchases the output of the station from AECL. 

(5) Contract with Hydro-Quebec provides for delivery of energy only. 



22 



Appendix I — Operations 



ANALYSIS OF 
by Ontario Hydro and Associated 





Sales by Associated 

Municipal Electrical 

Utilities 

Listed In 

Statement A 


Ultimate Use: 
Residential Service: 

Continuous Occupancy 


kW.h % 
19,710,406,892 29.1 


Intermittent Occupancy 








Total Sales Residential — Type Service 

General Service (under 5,000 kW) 

— Primary 

— Secondary 

General Service (over 5,000 kW) 

— Primary 

— Secondary 

Farm 


19,710,406,892 29.1 
37,383,602,494 55.3 

9,861,695,941 14.6 


Street Lighting 


668,616,358 1.0 


Total Energy Sales 


67,624,321,685 100.0 






Adjustments: 

Distribution Losses & Unaccounted for 

Generated by MEU 

Purchased by MEU from sources 
other than Ontario Hydro 


3,236,076,470 
(214,608,025) 

(45,204,000) 


Ontario Hydro Bulk Power Sales 


70,600,586,130 


Supplied to Heavy Water Plant and 

Construction Projects — Ontario Hydro .... 
Transmission Losses & Unaccounted for — O.H. 
Generated and Received by the Ontario Hydro . 





*Excludes circulating (-11,406,000 kW.h) 



Analysis of Energy Sales 



ENERGY SALES 

Municipal Electrical Utilities During 1983 



23 



Sales by Oi 
Power 


itario Hydro 
District 


Total 




Retail Customers 


Direct Customers 




kW.h 


% 


kW.h 


% 


kW.h 


% 


6,006,290,900 
484,388,000 


46.8 
3.8 


— 




25,716,697,792 
484,388,000 


23.7 
0.4 


6,490,678,900 


50.6 


— 




26,201,085,792 


24.2 


3,947,161,250 


30.8 


— 




41,330,763,744 


38.0 


2,321,935,300 
65,008,400 


18.1 
0.5 


16,347,808,580 
11,900,081,255 


57.9 
42.1 


26,209,504,521 

11,900,081,255 

2,321,935,300 

733,624,758 


24.1 
10.9 

2.1 
.7 


12,824,783,850 


100.0 


28,247,889,835 


100.0 


108,696,995,370 


100.0 


1,193,989,261 




9,615,454 




4,439,681,185 
(214,608,025) 




— 




— 




(45,204,000) 




14,018,773,111 




28,257,505,289 




112,876,864,530 




1,034,852,812 




— 




1,034,852,812 

4,059,528,681 

117,971,246,023* 





24 



Transmission 



NUMBER OF ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 
by Ontario Hydro and Associated Municipal Electrical Utilities 



1983 



1982 



Increase 
or (Decrease) 

% 



Retail Customers of 320 Utilities 2,281,898 

Retail Customers of Ontario Hydro 768,504 

Direct Customers (Including 16 Utilities) 120 

TOTAL 3,050,522 



2,240,541 

763,420 

U7 

3,004,078 



TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 
Classified by Voltages and Types of Supporting Structures 



1.8 
0.7 
2.6 

1.5 



LINE LENGTH 



CIRCUIT LENGTH 



At Dec. 3 1 
1983 



km 
500,000-volt aluminum or steel tower . . . 1,695 

345,000-volt steel tower 6 

230,000-volt aluminum or steel tower . . . 7,708 

230,000-volt wood pole 1,534 

230,000-volt underground 22 

1 15,000-volt steel tower 3,495 

1 15,000-volt wood pole 5,339 

1 15,000-volt underground 115 

69,000-volt steel tower or wood pole . . . 13 

TOTAL 19,927 



At Dec. 3 1 
1982 



19,846 



At Dec. 31 At Dec. 31 
1983 1982 



km 


km 


km 


1,692 


2,222 


2,219 


5 


6 


5 


7,613 


11,729 


11,559 


1,534 


1,539 


1,539 


9 


30 


18 


3,495 


5,934 


5,934 


5,370 


5,361 


5,392 


115 


196 


196 


13 


13 


13 



27,030 



26.875 



DISTRIBUTION LINES 



Line Length 



At Dec. 31 
1983 



At Dec. 31 

1982 



Distribution Lines 



km 
101,769 



km 
101,562 



25 

APPENDIX II— FINANCE 

Financial Review 26 

Summary of Significant Accounting Policies 31 

Statement of Operations 35 

Statement of Financial Position 36 

Statement of Equities Accumulated Through 

Debt Retirement Appropriations 38 

Statement of Reserve for Stabilization of Rates 

and Contingencies 38 

Statement of Changes in Financial Position 39 

Notes to Financial Statements 40 

Auditors' Report 47 

Five Year Summary of Financial Statistics 48 

Fixed Assets in Service and Under Construction 50 

Accumulated Depreciation 52 

Details of Bonds and Notes Payable 53 

Summary of the Allocation of Amounts Charged 

for Primary Power 56 

Statement of the Amounts Charged for 

Primary Power to Municipalities 58 

Statement of Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 

Through Debt Retirement Appropriations 76 



26 

Financial Review 



Appendix II — Finance 



Ontario Hydro's revenues in 1983 totalled $3,805 million. Primary sales of 
electricity to customers in Ontario amounted to $3,357 million, while secondary 
sales mainly to United States utilities totalled $448 million in 1983. Primary 
revenues increased 13.1% or $388 million over 1982 due to an 8.4% increase in 
power rates and a 4.7% increase in the volume of sales. The average increase in 
rates for municipal utilities was 8.2%, while the average rate increases for direct 
industrial customers and rural retail customers were 8.5% and 8.8%, respectively. 
The 1983 sales volume to municipal utilities, rural retail and direct industrial 
customers increased 5.2%, 3.1% and 6.8%, respectively, mainly due to weather 
related factors and economic recovery in 1983. Secondary revenues increased 
7. 1 % or $30 million largely due to a 10.3% increase in sales volume, partially offset 
by lower prices resulting from lower world oil prices and a highly competitive 
export market. 



Source of revenues in 1983 



total revenues 
$3,805,131,000 



municipal 
utilities 




rural retail 
customers 



direct industrial 
customers 



secondary power 
& energy 



Ontario Hydro's total operating costs in 1983 amounted to $3,333 million 
compared to $3,039 million in 1982, an increase of 9.7%. Costs increased largely 
as a consequence of escalating prices for fossil fuels, and increased costs of labour, 
materials and purchased services. 



Financial Review 



27 



Energy related costs comprised primarily of fuel and purchased power in- 
creased 6.9% over 1982. Electric energy generated by nuclear stations supplied 
32% of total energy to the system in 1983. Hydraulic stations supplied 31% and 
higher cost fossil-fueled generation provided 30%. Purchases of power from 
interconnected utilities provided the remaining 7% of energy supplied to the 
system in 1983. The cost of fuel used for electric generation from all sources 
totalled $1,006 million in 1983, an increase of $104 million or 1 1.6% over 1982. 
This increase was primarily due to the higher cost of fossil-fueled generation and 
the increased volume of energy generated in 1983. Purchases of power in 1983 
amounted to $ 1 27 million, a decrease of $ 1 million over 1 982. Payments to Atomic 
Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario, as required under the 
nuclear payback agreement, totalled $37 million in 1 983, a decrease of $28 million 
from 1982. These payments decreased primarily because of the shutdown of 
Pickering units 1 and 2 as a consequence of the pressure tube failure in unit 2 
on August 1, 1983. 

During 1983, costs associated with the operation, maintenance and administra- 
tion of Ontario Hydro's in-service facilities amounted to $952 million. The 
increase of $98 million or 1 1 .5% over 1982 was mainly due to the costs associated 
with a special retirement allowance program and escalation in labour and other 
costs, partially offset by an overall reduction in the level of operating and 
maintenance activities. As part of the effort to reduce staff levels, Ontario Hydro 
initiated, during 1983, a special retirement allowance program. Under this pro- 
gram, lump sum payments totalling $53 million were made to approximately 
1,300 long service employees who elected to take early retirement. 



Application of revenues in 1983 



total revenues 
$3,805,131,000 



& administration 



en a nee ^0!^^v'\J- 




tion y^ 




' 


12 


f - - • ' • 




f< rJ •'•' '-'-'<■:■ ; -\ 




/ ,25.0% % ) r &</;; 




' 


A 












'■ylr''~ 



26.4% 



fuel used for electric 
generation 



income appropriations 
other 



4.3< 



10.4% 



depreciation 



21.5< 



financing charges 



28 Appendix II — Finance 

Depreciation costs charged to operations totalled $395 million in 1983, an 
increase of $48 million or 1 3.7% over 1982. This increase resulted primarily from 
additional facilities being placed in service, including Pickering Nuclear Generat- 
ing Station unit 5. In addition, commencing in 1983, depreciation costs included 
a provision of $ 1 9 million for the future removal of fuel channels in the first four 
units at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station and the first three units at the 
Bruce Nuclear Generating Station. 

Interest and foreign exchange costs charged to operations totalled $8 1 6 million 
in 1983, $73 million or 9.9% higher than 1982. These higher financing costs 
resulted from an $88 million increase in interest costs charged to operations, 
partially offset by a $15 million decrease in foreign exchange costs during the 
year. The increase in interest costs primarily resulted from financing costs associ- 
ated with Pickering unit 5 being charged to operations in 1 983 upon the unit being 
placed in service. The decrease in foreign exchange costs reflected the lower level 
of the Corporation's foreign debt repayable within one year, partially offset by 
the higher level of redemptions of foreign debt during 1983. 

Net income for 1983 was $472 million, $123 million higher than in 1982. As 
required by the Power Corporation Act, $185 million of net income was appropri- 
ated for debt retirement purposes in 1983. The remaining $287 million balance 
of 1983 net income was appropriated to the Reserve for the Stabilization of Rates 
and Contingencies. The resulting improvements in the interest coverage and debt 
ratio indicators of Ontario Hydro's financial soundness are: 

Financial Indicators 1983 1982 

Interest Coverage 1.24 1.20 

Debt Ratio .840 .845 

The funds required by Ontario Hydro to finance the construction of fixed assets 
were provided from two major sources, operations and long-term debt financing. 
In 1983, funds from operations provided $912 million of Hydro's total require- 
ments, while $ 1 ,929 million was provided by long-term debt financing. Compared 
to 1982, these amounts were $131 million higher and $286 million lower, respec- 
tively. 

Bonds, notes and other long-term debt issued by Ontario Hydro during 1983 
totalled $2,536 million. Canadian bonds and notes of $1,200 million were issued 
during 1983. In addition, United States bonds and notes of U.S. $603 million 
(Cdn. $739 million) and Eurodollar bonds of U.S. $450 million (Cdn. $551 
million) were issued, and an 80 million Swiss franc bond issue (Cdn. $46 million) 
was refinanced. The average coupon interest rate for long-term debt issued in 



Financial Review 29 

1983 was 10.9% compared to 14.6% in 1982. Maturing long-term debt amounted 
to $426 million in 1983 compared to $403 million in 1982. In addition, during 
1983, an amount of $182 million of debt was redeemed early compared to $228 
million 1982. 

Long-term debt issued 



Canadian public issues 
\ I Canada Pension Plan funds 
KvV^l U.S. issues 

J Eurodollar issues 
ilH other long-term debt 

$2,246 



$2,846 



11,405 



$1,462 



•?. Y<t' : 



$2 536 



millions 
3000 



• 2500 



2000 



• 1500 



1000 




1979 



1980 



1981 



1982 



1983 



Net additions to fixed assets were $2,710 million during 1983. Major capital 
expenditures were $2,437 million for generation facilities including $325 million 
for heavy water, $192 million for transmission and distribution facilities, and $8 1 
million for administration and service facilities. Net additions were $173 million 
lower than those in 1982, the result of decreased expenditures of $50 million on 
generation facilities, $99 million on transmission and distribution facilities, and 
$24 million on administration and service facilities. The expenditures on major 






30 Appendix II — Finance 

generation projects under construction during 1983 and 1982 were: 

1983 1982 

$ millions 

Nuclear Generation 
Bruce "B" 
Pickering "B" 
Darlington 

Fossil Generation 
Atikokan 



753 


850 


368 


467 


698 


381 



167 



178 



During 1983, unit 5 at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station was placed 
in service at a cost of $1,123 million including $159 million for heavy water. 



Net additions to fixed assets 



$2,883 



generating stations 
transmission & distribution facilities 
heavy water production facilities 
J administration & service facilities 

$2,144 



$1,575 



$1,470 



$ millions 
• 3000 



$2,710 



• 2500 



2000 



•1500 



1000 



• 500 



1979 



1980 



1981 



1982 



1983 



Accounting Policies 3 1 

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 

The accompanying financial statements have been prepared by management in 
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles in Canada which have 
been applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. In manage- 
ment's opinion, the financial statements have been properly prepared within 
reasonable limits of materiality and in the light of information available up to 
March 12, 1984. To assist the reader in understanding the financial statements, 
the Corporation's significant accounting policies are summarized below: 

Rate-setting 

Ontario Hydro has broad powers to generate, supply and deliver electric power 
throughout the Province of Ontario. The Corporation operates under the Power 
Corporation Act and is subject to provisions of the Ontario Energy Board Act. 

Under the provisions of the Power Corporation Act, the price payable by 
customers for power is the cost of supplying the power. Such cost is defined in 
the Act to include the cost of operating and maintaining the system, depreciation, 
interest, and the amounts appropriated for debt retirement and stabilization of 
rates and contingencies. The debt retirement appropriation is the amount required 
under the Act to accumulate in 40 years a sum equal to the debt incurred for 
the cost of the fixed assets in service. The appropriation for, or withdrawal from, 
the stabilization of rates and contingencies reserve is an amount established to 
maintain a sound financial position and to stabilize the effect of cost fluctuations. 

Under the provisions of the Ontario Energy Board Act, a public hearing before 
the Ontario Energy Board is required in respect of any changes in electricity rates 
proposed by Ontario Hydro which affect its municipal utilities, direct industrial 
customers, or,, if the Minister of Energy so directs, rural retail customers. The 
Ontario Energy Board submits its recommendations to the Minister of Energy. 
After considering the recommendations of the Ontario Energy Board, the Board 
of Directors of Ontario Hydro under the authority of the Power Corporation Act 
establishes the electricity rates to be charged to customers. If the Board of 
Directors specifies a certain cost or gain is to be included in future electricity rates, 
that would otherwise be charged or credited to operations in the current year, 
then this cost or gain is deferred and amortized to future operations on a basis 
consistent with its inclusion in rates. 

Fixed assets 

Fixed assets are capitalized at cost which is comprised of material, labour and 
engineering costs, as well as overheads, depreciation on service equipment and 
interest applicable to capital construction activities. In the case of generation 
facilities, cost also includes the net cost of commissioning, and for nuclear 



32 Appendix II — Finance 

generation, the cost of heavy water. The net cost of commissioning is the cost 
of start-up less the value attributed to energy produced by generation facilities 
during their commissioning period. The cost of heavy water is comprised of the 
direct cost of production, and applicable overheads, as well as interest and 
depreciation on the heavy water production facilities. Leases which transfer the 
benefits and risks of ownership of assets to Ontario Hydro are capitalized. 

Interest is capitalized on construction in progress at rates (1983 — 14.0% and 
1 982 — 13.9%) which approximate the average cost of long-term funds borrowed 
in the years in which expenditures have been made for fixed assets under construc- 
tion. If the construction period of a project is extended and the construction 
activities are continued, interest is capitalized during the period of extension 
provided that the project has a reasonable expectation of completion. 

If a project is cancelled, or deferred indefinitely with a low probability of 
construction being resumed in the future, all costs, including the costs of cancella- 
tion, are written off to operations. 

If fixed assets are mothballed for future use, the costs of mothballing are 
charged to operations. 

Depreciation 

The capital costs of fixed assets in service are depreciated on a straight-line basis. 
Depreciation rates for the various classes of assets are based on their estimated 
service lives, which are subject to periodic review. Changes in service life estimates 
are implemented on a remaining service life basis from the year the change can 
be first reflected in electricity rates. Major components of generating stations 
are depreciated over the lesser of the service life expectancy of the component 
or the remaining service life of the associated generating station. 

The estimated service lives of assets in the major classes are: 

Generating stations 

— hydraulic — 65 to 100 years 

— fossil — 25 to 35 years 

— nuclear — 40 years 

Heavy water — over the period ending in the year 2040 

Transmission and distribution — 20 to 55 years 

Administration and service — 5 to 60 years 

Heavy water production facilities — 1 1 to 20 years 

In accordance with group depreciation practices, for normal retirements the 
cost of fixed assets retired is charged to accumulated depreciation with no gain 
or loss being reflected in operations. However, gains and losses on sales of fixed 



Accounting Policies 33 

assets, and losses on premature retirements are charged to operations in the year 
incurred as adjustments to depreciation expense. 

When the net costs of removal on retirements of fixed assets can be reasonably 
estimated and are significant, the amounts are amortized to operations on an 
annuity basis over the remaining service life of the fixed assets. Other net removal 
costs are charged to operations as incurred. Net removal costs amortized to 
operations include the estimated costs of decommissioning nuclear stations and, 
commencing in 1983, the estimated costs of removing certain nuclear reactor fuel 
channels. Estimates of net removal costs, interest rates, and the amortization 
periods are subject to periodic review. Changes in estimated costs are imple- 
mented on a remaining service life basis from the year the changes can be first 
reflected in electricity rates. 

Fixed assets removed from operation and mothballed for future use are amor- 
tized so that any estimated loss in value is charged to operations on a straight-line 
basis over their non-operating period. 

Unamortized advances for fuel supplies 

As part of its program to ensure the adequate supply of fuels for its generating 
stations, Ontario Hydro has entered into long-term fuel supply contracts. Where 
these contracts require Ontario Hydro to make payments for pre-production costs 
to suppliers in advance of product delivery, these payments and associated costs, 
including interest, are carried in the accounts as unamortized advances for fuel 
supplies. The advances are amortized to fuel inventory as the fuels are delivered. 

Fuel for electric generation 

Fuel used for electric generation is comprised of the average inventory costs of 
fuel consumed, charges for commissioning energy produced, and provisions for 
disposal of nuclear fuel irradiated during the period. The inventory cost of fuel 
consumed is comprised of fuel purchases, transportation and handling costs, and 
the amortization of advances for fuel supplies. Transportation costs include 
charges for interest and depreciation on railway equipment owned by Ontario 
Hydro. The charges for commissioning energy produced during the period repre- 
sent the incremental operating and fuel costs of producing the same quantity of 
energy at generating units displaced because of the commissioning activity. The 
costs for disposal of nuclear fuel irradiated in each period are charged to opera- 
tions based on estimated future expenditures and interest accumulating to the 
estimated date of disposal. Estimates of expenditures, interest rates, and the date 
of disposal are subject to periodic review. Adjustments resulting from changes 
in estimates are amortized to operations on an annuity basis over the period from 
the year the changes can be first reflected in electricity rates to the estimated 
in-service date of the disposal facility. 



34 Appendix II — Finance 

Unamortized debt discount 

Debt discount or premiums arising on the issuance of debt are amortized over 
the period to maturity of the debt. In addition, redemption discounts or premiums 
on debt acquired prior to the date of maturity are amortized over the period from 
the acquisition date to the original maturity date of the debt. 

Nuclear agreement — Pickering units 1 and 2 

Ontario Hydro, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario 
are parties to a joint undertaking for the construction and operation of units 1 
and 2 of Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, with ownership of these units 
being vested in Ontario Hydro. Contributions to the capital cost by Atomic 
Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario amounted to $258 million 
and these have been deducted in arriving at the value of fixed assets in service 
in respect of Pickering units 1 and 2. Ontario Hydro is required to make monthly 
payments until the year 2001 to each of the parties in proportion to their capital 
contributions. These payments, termed "payback," represent in a broad sense the 
net operational advantage of having the power generated by Pickering units 1 
and 2 as compared with coal-fired units similar to Lambton units 1 and 2. 

Foreign currency translation 

Long-term debt payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency 
at rates of exchange at the time of issue. Current monetary assets and liabilities, 
including long-term debt payable within one year, are translated to Canadian 
currency at year-end rates of exchange and the resulting gains or losses, together 
with realized exchange gains or losses, are credited or charged to operations. 

Pension plan 

The pension plan is a contributory, defined benefit plan covering all regular 
employees of Ontario Hydro. Pension costs, as actuarially determined, include 
current service costs and amounts required to amortize any surpluses or unfunded 
liabilities. Commencing January 1, 1983, if there is a net surplus in the fund, it 
is amortized over five years or if there is a net unfunded liability arising from 
past service obligations it is amortized over fifteen years. Prior to 1983, surpluses 
and unfunded liabilities were amortized individually over fifteen years. 

Research and development 

Research and development costs are charged to operations in the year incurred, 
except for those related directly to the design or construction of a specific capital 
facility. 



Statement of Operations 35 

STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 



1983 1982 



$'000 $'000 



Revenues 

Primary power and energy 

Municipal utilities 

Rural retail customers 

Direct industrial customers 

Secondary power and energy (note 1) 

Costs 

Operation, maintenance and administration 

Fuel used for electric generation 

Power purchased 

Nuclear agreement — payback 

Depreciation (note 2) 

Income before financing charges 

Interest (note 3) 

Foreign exchange (note 4) 

Net income 

Appropriation for: 

Debt retirement as required by 

the Power Corporation Act 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies . . . 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



2,265,308 


1,997,752 


643,395 


575,784 


448,007 


395,250 


3,356,710 


2,968,786 


448,421 


418,844 


3,805,131 


3,387,630 


951,818 


853,569 


1,006,306 


902,089 


126,420 


127,519 


37,311 


65,334 


395,438 


347,779 


2,517,293 


2,296,290 


1,287,838 


1,091,340 


760,364 


672,503 


55,823 


70,418 


816,187 


742,921 


471,651 


348,419 


185,030 


168,015 


286,621 


180,404 


471,651 


348,419 



36 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 
as at December 31, 1983 



ASSETS 



Fixed assets 

Fixed assets in service (note 5) 

Less accumulated depreciation 

Construction in progress (note 5) 

Current assets 

Cash and short-term investments (note 6) 

Accounts receivable 

Fuel for electric generation (note 7) , 

Materials and supplies, at cost 

Other assets 

Unamortized advances for fuel supplies (note 8) 

Unamortized deferred costs (note 9) 

Unamortized debt discount 

Long-term accounts receivable and 

other assets 



1983 



1982 



$'000 


$'000 


14,655,203 


13,073,735 


3,606,410 


3,186,729 


11,048,793 


9,887,006 


8,898,965 


7,712,599 


19,947,758 


17,599,605 


357,529 


452,200 


471,199 


364,277 


759,360 


801,842 


191,122 


199,489 


1,779,210 


1,817,808 


894,065 


758,823 


398,370 


394,793 


80,123 


58,893 


94,368 


90,910 


1,466,926 


1,303,419 



23,193,894 20,720,832 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



Statement of Financial Position 



37 



LIABILITIES 



1983 



$'000 



1982 



$'000 



Long-term debt 

Bonds and notes payable (note 10) 18,017,388 16,089,328 

Other long-term debt (note 11) 222,920 241,159 

18,240,308 16,330,487 

Less payable within one year 263,105 448,537 

17,977,203 15,881,950 

Current liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 525,324 562,223 

Short-term notes payable 26,270 1 12,949 

Accrued interest 579,290 521,094 

Long-term debt payable within one year 263,105 448,537 

1,393,989 1,644,803 

Other liabilities 

Long-term accounts payable and accrued charges 166,086 80,753 

Accrued irradiated fuel disposal and 

fixed asset removal costs (note 12) 147,648 75,644 

313,734 156,397 

Contingencies (notes 5 and 13) 

Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt 

retirement appropriations 2,156,280 1,971,458 

Reserve for stabilization of rates 

and contingencies 1,225,993 939,529 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as 

assistance for rural construction 126,695 126,695 

3,508,968 ~ 3,037,682 



23,193,894 20,720,832 



On behalf of the Board 



Milan Nastich 
Chairman 



J. A. Gordon Bell 
Vice-Chairman 



Toronto, Canada, 
March 12, 1984. 



38 Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 

DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

for the year ended December 31, 1983 



Balances at beginning of year . 
Debt retirement appropriation 
Transfers and refunds on annex- 
ations by municipal utilities 



Municipal 
Utilities 


Power District 

(Rural Retail 

and Direct 

Industrial 

Customers) 


Totals 


1983 


1982 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


1,381,573 
126,369 


589,885 
58,661 


1,971,458 
185,030 


1,803,662 
168,015 


1,853 


(2,061) 


(208) 


(219; 


1,509,795 


646,485 


2,156,280 


1,971,458 



STATEMENT OF RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION 
OF RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 



Held for 
the benefit 

of all 
customers 



Held for the benefit of 

(or recoverable from) 

certain groups of customers 

Muni- Rural Direct 

cipal Retail Industrial 
Utilities Customers Customers 



Totals 



1983 



1982 



$'000 

1,144 
136 



(78) 



$'000 

(9,565) 

(1,494) 



57 



$'000 

(177) 
(864) 



$'000 



$'000 



$'000 
Balances at beginning 

of year 948,127 

Appropriation 288,843 

Transfers and 

recoveries on 

annexations by 

municipal utilities 
Payment to Ontario 

Municipal Electric 

Association 

(note 14) _ 

Balances at end of 

year 1,236,892 1,144 (11,002) (1,041) 1,225,993 939,529 



(136) 



939,529 759,296 
286,621 180,404 



(21) (44) 



(136) (127) 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



Statement of Changes in Financial Position 39 

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 

1983 1982 



$'000 $'000 

Source of funds 

Operations 

Net income 471,651 348,419 

Charges not requiring funds in the current year: 

Depreciation 

Provision for irradiated fuel disposal costs .... 

Other 



395,438 


347,779 


40,450 


56,708 


4,716 


28,225 



912,255 781,131 



Financing 

Long-term debt 

Bonds and notes payable and other long-term 

debt issued 

Less retirements 

Short-term notes payable — (decrease) increase 
Cash and short-term investments — decrease 
(increase) 

Accounts payable and accrued interest — increase 
Long-term accounts payable and accrued charges - 

increase 

Fuel, materials and supplies — decrease (increase) 



Application of funds 

Net additions to fixed assets (note 15) 

Unamortized advances for fuel supplies — increase 
Accounts receivable and other assets — increase 
(decrease) 



See accompanying summary of significant 
accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



2,536,490 


2,845,624 


607,872 


631,490 


1,928,618 


2,214,134 


(86,679) 


15,749 


94,671 


(43,759) 


1,936,610 


2,186,124 


21,297 


207,386 


85,333 


14,267 


53,222 


(160,203) 


3,008,717 


3,028,705 


2,709,542 


2,883,039 


135,242 


161,999 


163,933 


(16,333) 


3,008,717 


3,028,705 



40 Appendix II — Finance 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

1. Secondary power and energy 

Secondary power and energy is comprised mainly of revenues of $447 million in 1983 (1982 — $418 
million) from sales of electricity to United States utilities. 

2. Depreciation 1983 1982 

$'000 $'000 

Depreciation of fixed assets in service 477,979 452,189 

Amortization of deferred costs 16,723 15,508 

Amortization of net removal costs 31,000 14,000 

Other net removal costs 8,634 7,508 

534,336 489,205 

Less: 

Depreciation charged to — heavy water production 110,892 108,754 

— construction in progress 25,446 23,733 

— fuel for electric generation 2,373 2,387 

Gain on sales of fixed assets 187 6,552 

138,898 141,426 

395,438 347,779 

Depreciation of fixed assets in service includes $26 million ( 1 982 — $ 1 5 million) for the amortization 
of non-operating generating units which have been mothballed. (See note 5.) 

3. Interest 1983 1982 

$'000 $'000 

Interest on bonds, notes, and other debt 1,999,763 1,702,607 

Interest on accrued irradiated fuel disposal 

and fixed asset removal costs 12,245 4,936 

2,012,008 1,707,543 

Less: 

Interest charged to — construction in progress 966,345 758,622 

— heavy water production 123,869 127,042 

— unamortized advances for fuel supplies 68,799 53,792 

— fuel for electric generation 34,796 28,1 16 

Interest earned on investments 57,835 67,468 

1,251,644 1,035,040 

_ 760,364 672,503 

4. Foreign exchange 

Exchange loss on redemption and translation of 

foreign long-term debt 

Net exchange loss on other foreign transactions 



1983 


1982 


$'000 


$'000 


54,204 
1,619 


66,317 
4,101 


55,823 


70,418 



Notes to Financial Statements 41 

5. Fixed assets [983 [982 

$'000 $'000 
Assets Accumu- Construe- Assets Accumu- Construe- 
in lated De- tion in in lated De- tion in 
Service preciation Progress Service preciation Progress 

Generating stations 

-hydraulic 1,776,229 482,715 41,885 1,755,915 452,953 26,404 

- fossil 2,833,986 894,816 546,357 2,797,302 804,473 392,697 

- nuclear 3,021,025 437,289 6,695,329 1,950,220 366,665 5,878,047 

Heavy water 752,534 96,576 1,302,056 594,007 85,984 1,028,890 

Transmission and 

distribution 4,153,281 1,000,971 251,300 3,953,425 932,118 297,825 

Administration and 

service 757,821 306,895 58,662 667,011 268,271 65,384 

Heavy water production 

facilities 1,360,327 387,148 _ 3,376 1,355,855 276,265 23,352 

14,655,203 3,606,410 8,898,965 13,073,735 3,186,729 7,712,599 



On August 1, 1983, the unit 2 reactor at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station was shut down 
when heavy water began leaking from the heat transport system. The leak was traced to a cracked 
pressure tube. As part of an investigation, the Pickering unit 1 reactor, the "sister" of unit 2, was 
shut down on November 14, 1983, for inspection and metallurgical testing of a sample of its reactor 
pressure tubes. On March 12, 1984, Ontario Hydro's Board of Directors decided to replace the 
pressure tubes in units 1 and 2 prior to restarting these units. Retubing of the two units is expected 
to be completed by 1987. Electricity demand for both primary and secondary customers will be met 
by Ontario Hydro's other sources of generation. 

An initial assessment of the financial implications arising from the pressure tube failure and the 
retubing has been completed. Preliminary indications of the impact on the capital construction 
program and operations are that for the period 1984 to 1992, capital costs, excluding interest 
capitalized, are expected to increase approximately $200 million (1984 dollars) and revenue require- 
ments are expected to increase approximately $280 million (1984 dollars) over amounts previously 
forecast for this period. 

Eight units ( 1 982 — five units) at the R. L. Hearn Generating Station, four units ( 1 982 — four units) 
at the Lennox Generating Station and two units at the J. C. Keith Generating Station are mothballed. 
The capital cost and accumulated depreciation of these non-operating fossil-fueled units, amounting 
to $701 million and $276 million, respectively (1982 - $562 million and $162 million, respectively), 
are included in fixed assets in service. At this time it is uncertain if, or when, these units will resume 
operation. 

The remaining two units at the J. C. Keith Generating station, one unit at the Thunder Bay Generating 
Station, and Bruce Heavy Water Plant "A" are expected to be mothballed in 1984. The capital costs 
and accumulated depreciation of these facilities, amounting to $305 million and $248 million, 
respectively, are included in fixed assets in service. 



42 



Appendix II — Finance 



5. Fixed assets (Cont'd.) 

Construction in progress at December 31, 1983 is comprised of: 











Estimated 










Costs to 


Remaining 




Dependable 


Costs 


Complete 


Number of 


Planned 


Capacity to 


Incurred to 


(Excluding 


Units 


In-Service 


be Placed 


December 31, 


Escalation 


Scheduled 


Dates 


in Service 


1983 


and Interest) 






MW 


$ millions 


$ millions 


3 


1984-85 


1,548 


2,234 


140 


4 


1985-87 


3,124 


4,057 


830 


4 


1988-92 


3,524 


1,477 


4,360 


1 


1984 


206 


531 


60 


— 


— 


— 


600 
8,899 


— 



Nuclear generating stations 
(including heavy water) 

Pickering "B" 

Bruce "B" 

Darlington 

Fossil generating station 

Atikokan 

All other construction 
in progress 



The above estimates are the most recent forecasts. These estimates exclude cost escalation and interest 
which are forecast to average 7.8% and 12.8% per year, respectively, over the period 1984 to 1992. 
Because of the uncertainties associated with long construction lead times and planned in-service dates, 
these costs to complete are subject to change. 



6. Cash and short-term investments 

Cash and interest bearing deposits with banks 

and trust companies 

Corporate notes 

Government and government-guaranteed securities 



1983 



1982 



$'000 

329,297 
5,000 

23,232 

357,529 



$'000 

431,459 

5,278 

15,463 

452,200 



Corporate notes were recorded at cost which approximates market value. Government and govern- 
ment-guaranteed securities were recorded at the lower of cost or market value; market value as at 
December 31, 1983 was $23 million (1982—517 million). 



7. Fuel for electric generation 



1983 



1982 



Inventories — coal 


$'000 
462,296 


$'000 
590,268 


— uranium 


293,992 


200,177 


—oil 


3,072 


11,397 




759,360 


801,842 


8. Unamortized advances for fuel supplies 


1983 


1982 


Coal 


$'000 
94,499 


$'000 
113,010 


Uranium 


799,566 


645,813 




894,065 


758,823 



Based on present commitments, additional advance payments for fuel supplies will total approximately 
$57 million over the next five years, including approximately $12 million in 1984. 



Notes to Financial Statements 



9. Unamortized deferred costs 

Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" 
Wesleyville Generating Station 





43 


1983 


1982 


$'000 

352,470 

45,900 


$'000 

353,393 

41,400 


398,370 


394,793 



Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" 

Bruce Heavy Water Plant "D" is an indefinitely deferred project with a low probability of construction 
being resumed in the future. The Board of Directors has specified that the capital cost of this project 
be amortized at an annual rate of 4% in 1983, and the unamortized cost as at January 1, 1984 be 
amortized for recovery through rates at an annual rate of 10% over the period 1984 to 1993. 

Wesleyville Generating Station 

The value of the remaining assets of the Wesleyville Generating Station project has been reduced 
by $46 million. The Board of Directors has specified that this cost be amortized for recovery through 
rates at an annual rate of 10% over the period 1984 to 1993. 

10. Bonds and notes payable 

Bonds and notes payable, expressed in Canadian dollars, are summarized by years of maturity and 
by the currency in which they are payable in the following table: 

1983 1982 



Years of 
Maturity 



Principal 

Outstanding 

$'000 



Weighted 

Average 

Coupon 

Rate 



Canadian Foreign 

1983 — — 

1984 99,278 143,641 

1985 485,100 291,722 

1986 150,000 146,989 

1987 717,957 199,911 

1988 849,262 285,927 

1— 5 years . . . 2,301,597 1,068,190 

6—10 years . . . 550,940 3,189,775 

11—15 years . . . 989,113 399,353 

16—20 years . . . 2,515,622 568,673 

21—25 years . . . 1,581,405 1,933,108 

26—30 years . . . 1,286,240 1,633,372 



Total 



Weighted 
Principal Average 
Outstanding Coupon 
$'000 Rate 

Total 



242,919 
776,822 
296,989 
917,868 
1,135,189 

3,369,787 
3,740,715 
1,388,466 
3,084,295 
3,514,513 
2,919,612 



9,224,917 8,792,471 18,017,388 



11.2% 
12.6 

8.2 
11.9 

9.7 
12.8 

11.3 



Currency in which payable: 

Canadian dollars 9,224,917 

United States dollars 8,669,928 

West German Deutsche marks 50,993 

Swiss francs 71,550 

18,017,388 



428,647 
210,974 
855,095 
145,982 
920,698 

2,561,396 
2,809,698 
1,043,321 
3,102,444 
2,715,613 
3,856,856 

16,089,328 



8,314,524 

7,653,712 

64,368 

56,724 

16,089,328 



10.8^ 
12.9 

8.1 
11.3 

9.5 
11.5 

11.0 



Bonds and notes payable in United States dollars include $5,792 million (1982 — $5,108 million) of 
Ontario Hydro bonds held by the Province of Ontario and having terms identical with Province of 
Ontario issues sold in the United States on behalf of Ontario Hydro. All bonds and notes payable 
are either held, or guaranteed as to principal and interest, by the Province of Ontario. 

Bonds and note payable in foreign currencies are translated into Canadian currency at rates of 
exchange at time of issue. If translated at year-end rates of exchange, the total amount of these 
liabilities would have to be increased by $925 million at December 31, 1983 (1982— $848 million). 



44 Appendix II — Finance 

11. Other long-term debt 1983 1982 

$'000 $'000 

The balance due to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited for the pur- 
chase of Bruce Heavy Water Plant "A". Under the purchase agree- 
ment, Ontario Hydro pays equal monthly instalments of blended 
principal and interest to December 28, 1992, with interest at the rate 
of 7.795% 163,666 175,835 

Capitalized lease obligation for the head office building at 700 Uni- 
versity Avenue, Toronto. The lease obligation is for the 30-year peri- 
od ending September 30, 2005, payable in United States dollars at 
an effective interest rate of 8% 40,666 41,310 

Capitalized lease obligations for transport and service equipment. 
Under these agreements, monthly instalments of principal and inter- 
est will be paid to 1988, at effective interest rates ranging from 6.8% 
to 12% 18,588 24,014 

222,920 241,159 



Payments required on the above debt, excluding interest, will total $100 million over the next five 
years. The amount payable within one year is $20 million (1982 — $20 million). 



Notes to Financial Statements 45 

12. Accrued irradiated fuel disposal and fixed asset 

removal costs 1983 1982 

$'000 $'000 

Accrued irradiated fuel disposal costs 1 10,229 60,669 

Accrued fixed asset removal costs 37,419 14,975 

147,648 75,644 



Irradiated fuel disposal costs 

Studies have been carried out to estimate the costs to be incurred for the disposal of irradiated nuclear 

fuel. The significant assumptions used in estimating the future irradiated fuel disposal costs were: 

• an in-service date of the year 2000 for irradiated nuclear fuel disposal facilities; 

• a transportation distance of 1,600 kilometres from nuclear generating facilities to disposal facilities; 
and 

• interest and escalation rates through to the disposal date averaging 13.1% and 9.2% (1982 — 9.2% 
and 7.3%), respectively. 

Because of the uncertainties associated with the technology of disposal and the above factors, these 
costs are subject to change. 

Fixed asset removal costs 

Studies have been carried out to estimate the costs of decommissioning nuclear generating stations 
after the end of their service lives, and also the costs of removing certain fuel channels expected to 
be replaced during their service lives. The significant assumptions used in estimating decommissioning 
costs were: 

• decommissioning on the deferred dismantlement basis (dismantlement following storage with 
surveillance for a 30 year period after shutdown of the reactors); 

• a transportation distance of 1 ,600 kilometres from nuclear generating facilities to disposal facilities; 
and 

• interest and escalation rates through to the completion of decommissioning averaging 1 1 .0% and 
8.5% (1982—8.0% and 6.6%), respectively. 

The significant assumptions used in estimating the fuel channel removal costs were: 

• removal of fuel channels in Pickering NGS "A" units 1 to 4 and Bruce NGS "A" units 1 to 3 in 
the 1994 to 2006 period; and 

• interest and escalation rates through to 2006 averaging 13.2% and 8.3%, respectively. 
Because of the uncertainties associated with the technology of decommissioning and fuel channel 
removal, and the above factors, these costs are subject to change. As a consequence of the Pickering 
unit 2 pressure tube failure, the timing and costs of removal of fuel channels in Pickering units 1 
and 2 are being revised (see note 5). The impact of these changes will not be included in costs until 
the changes can be reflected in rates in 1985. 



46 Appendix II — Finance 

13. Fuel used for electric generation 

Ontario Hydro contracted with Petrosar Limited for the purchase of 20,000 barrels of residual fuel 
oil per day through to April 1 992. Deliveries for the years 1 98 1 and 1 982 were 6% and 2%, respectively, 
of the contract quantities. No deliveries were taken during 1983. Amounts have been charged to the 
costs of operations in prior years to provide for settlement in respect to reduced deliveries up to and 
including 1982. Ontario Hydro advised Petrosar Limited on May 24, 1983 that the contract is at 
an end due to Petrosals prior undertaking to the Government of Canada to limit its production of 
residual fuel oil to an amount less than the contracted quantities. Petrosar has commenced actions 
claiming damages of $45.5 million and $59.9 million for failure to take the contract quantities in 
1981 and 1982, respectively. Ontario Hydro has counterclaimed for $39.4 million paid to Petrosar 
Limited in 1980, 1981 and 1982 and an accounting for the difference between market and contract 
prices for residual fuel oil supplied since the date of such undertaking. The result of these actions 
and counterclaims and the rights of Petrosar under the contract are not determinable. 

14. Payment to Ontario Municipal Electric Association 

The amount of this payment is equivalent to interest on the balance held for the benefit of Municipal 
Utilities in the reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies. 

15. Net additions to fixed assets 

Net additions to fixed assets are capital construction expenditures less the proceeds on sales of fixed 
assets. The proceeds on sales of fixed assets in 1 983 and 1 982 were insignificant. For 1 984, net additions 
to fixed assets are estimated to be approximately $2,700 million. 

16. Pension Plan 

The most recent actuarial valuation of Ontario Hydro's pension plan as at December 31,1 982 reported 
a surplus of approximately $16 million (December 31, 1981 — $28 million). 

The significant actuarial assumptions used in the 1982 valuation (1981 valuation) were: 

• rate used to discount future investment income 8.5% (1981 — 8.5%) and future benefits 8% (1981 — 
8%); 

• salary escalation rate 8% (1981—8%) 

• average retirement age for males 61.2 (1981 — 61.4) and for remales 60.7 (1981 — 61.3); and 

• common stocks valuation 5 year average (1981 — 5 year average). 

Additional unfunded liabilities of approximately $54 million for plan improvements, partially offset 
by the experience surplus for 1982 of approximately $42 million, decreased the pension plan surplus 
by $12 million. 

The pension plan costs for 1983 were $73 million (1982 — $70 million). 

17. Research and development 

In 1983, approximately $58 million of research and development costs were charged to operations 
and $4 million were capitalized (1982 — $61 million and $5 million, respectively). 



Auditors ' Report 47 



Auditors' Report 

To the Minister of Energy and to the 
Board of Directors of Ontario Hydro: 

We have examined the statement of financial position of Ontario Hydro as at 
December 31, 1983 and the statements of operations, equities accumulated 
through debt retirement appropriations, reserve for stabilization of rates and 
contingencies and changes in financial position for the year then ended. Our 
examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, 
and accordingly included such tests and other procedures as we considered 
necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position 
of Ontario Hydro as at December 31, 1983 and the results of its operations and 
the changes in its financial position for the year then ended in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that 
of the preceding year. 

Toronto, Canada, CLARKSON GORDON 

March 12, 1984. Chartered Accountants 



48 Appendix II — Finance 

Five Year Summary of Financial Statistics 

1983 1982 1981 1980 

Revenues (in thousands of dollars) 

Primary power and energy 

Municipal utilities 2,265,308 1,997,752 1,800,129 1,603,072 

Rural retail customers 643,395 575,784 545,760 513,616 

Direct industrial customers 448,007 395,250 391,038 341,785 

3,356,710 2,968,786 2,736,927 2,458,473 

Secondary power and energy 448,421 418,844* 424,581 360,742 

3,805,131 3,387,630 3,161,508 2,819,215 

Costs 

Operation, maintenance and 

administration 951,818 853,569 764,712 639,572 

Fuel used for electric generation . . . 1,006,306 902,089 765,429 674,085 

Depreciation 395,438 347,779 324,596 305,967 

Other 163,731 192,853 190,720 148,528 

2,517,293 2,296,290 2,045,457 1,768,152 

Income before financing charges 

and extraordinary item 1,287,838 1,091,340 1,1 16,051 1,051,063 

Financing charges 

Gross interest 2,012,008 1,707,543 1,369,933 1,165,921 

Capitalized interest (1,193,809) (967,572) (627,758) (401,254) 

Investment income (57,835 ) (67,468 ) (84,685 ) (109,268 ) 

760,364 672,503 657,490 655,399 

Foreign exchange 55,823 70,418 51,743 19,238 

816,187 742,921 709,233 674,637 

Income before extraordinary item 471,651 348,419 406,818 376,426 

Extraordinary item — — — 1 60,000 

Net income 471,651 348,419 406,818 216,426 

(in thousands of dollars) 
Financial position 

Total assets 23,193,894 20,720,832 17,829,621 15,593,347 

Fixed assets 19,947,758 17,599,605 15,447,525 13,630,177 

Long-term debt 17,977,203 15,881,950 13,662,582 12,005,058 

Equity 3,508,968 3,037,682 2,689,653 2,284,277 

Major sources of funds 

Operations 912,255 781,131 751,019 692,377 

Bonds and notes payable and other 

long-term debt— net increase ... 1,928,618 2,214,134 1,716,204 862,249 
Major application of funds 

Net additions to fixed assets 2,709,542 2,883,039 2,144,210 1,469,550 

Unamortized advances for 

fuel supplies— net increase 135,242 161,999 182,719 146,722 

Financial indicators 

Interest coverage (3) 1.24 1.20 1.30 1.32 

Debt ratio (4) .840 .845 .841 .846 

Return on average rate base (%) (5) 12J) 1L4 1L3 10.8 



1979 



1,441,557 
474,795 
305,210 

2,221,562 
346,55$ 

2,568,120 



601,422 
608,615 
284,610 
151,651 

1,646,298 



921,822 

1,029,568 
(341,073) 
(105,163 ) 

583,332 
70,875 

654,207 

267,615 



267,615 



14,513,729 

12,628,842 

11,134,185 

2,069,538 

582,424 
1,098,025 
1,574,716 

126,680 



1.26 
.848 
10.1 



Financial Statistics 



49 



1983 



1982 



1981 



1980 



Average revenue* !) 

Primary power and energy 

Municipal utilities 

Rural retail customers . . . 
Direct industrial customers 
Secondary power and energy 
All classifications combined . 

Average rate increases 

Municipal utilities 

Rural retail customers 

Direct industrial customers 



Average cost (1)(2) 

Hydraulic 

Operation, maintenance 

and administration . . 
Fuel — water rentals . . . 
Depreciation and 

financing charges . . . 

Nuclear 

Operation, maintenance 

and administration . . 

Fuel — uranium 

Depreciation and 

financing charges . . . 

Fossil 

Operation, maintenance 

and administration . . 
Fuel — coal, gas and oil 
Depreciation and 

financing charges . . . 



(in cents per kilowatt-hour of total energy sales) 



3.210 
5.027 
2.740 
3.768 
3.409 



8.2 
8.8 
8.5 



2.981 
4.475 
2.614 
3.895 
3.203 



2.710 
4.269 
2.290 
3.838 
2.945 



(expressed as a %) 



9.6 

8.7 
10.0 



9.3 

11.2 

9.6 



2.470 
3.970 
2.080 
3.363 
2.685 



8.6 
6.2 

7.1 



1979 



2.276 
3.649 
1.937 
2.972 
2.475 



9.8 

7.0 

10.1 



(in cents per kilowatt-hour of energy generated) 



.159 
.077 


.173 
.073 


.149 
.066 


.109 
.058 


.098 
.052 


.348 


.360 


.351 


.324 


.326 


.584 


.606 


.566 


.491 


.476 


.491 

.357 


.487 
.384 


.411 
.232 


.349 
.239 


.332 
.194 


1.026 

1.874 


.883 
1.754 


.807 
1.450 


.765 
1.353 


.926 

1.452 


.368 

2.417 


.402 

2.328 


.374 
2.097 


.342 
1.856 


.327 
1.708 


.669 

3.454 


.683 
3.413 


.611 
3.082 


.645 
2.843 


.715 
2.750 



Footnotes 

(1) Figures for 1983 are preliminary. 

(2) Average cost per kilowatt-hour represents the costs attributable to generation but excludes the 
costs related to transmission, distribution and corporate administrative activities. These figures 
reflect the historical accounting costs of operating facilities and the actual energy generated by 
these facilities during the year. 

(3) Interest coverage represents income before extraordinary item plus interest on bonds, notes, and 
other debt divided by interest on bonds, notes and other debt. 

(4) Debt ratio represents debt (bonds and notes payable, short-term notes payable, other long-term 
debt, and accrued irradiated fuel disposal and fixed asset removal costs) divided by debt plus 
equity. 

(5) Return on average rate base represents income before extraordinary item plus gross interest 
divided by average rate base (total assets less long-term and current accounts payable and accrued 
charges, accrued interest, and contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for rural 
construction). 



50 



Appendix II — Finance 



FIXED 
for the year ended 



In 



Power Supply Facilities 

Generation — hydraulic 

— fossil 

— nuclear 

Heavy water 

Transmission and distribution facilities 

Transmission systems 

Distribution systems 

Communication equipment 

Retail distribution 

Total power supply facilities 

Administration and Service Facilities 
Administration and service buildings . . . 
Transport and service equipment 

Total administration and service facilities 

Heavy Water Production Facilities . . 

Total Fixed Assets 



Balance 
December 
31, 1982 


Placed 
In-Service 


$'000 


$'000 


1,755,915 

2,797,302 

1,950,220 

594,007 


21,761 

36,519 

1,071,897 

172,685 


7,097,444 


1,302,862 


2,658,287 
230,079 
120,047 
945,012 


108,156 
17,762 
18,967 
96,649 


11,050,869 


1,544,396 


214,420 
452,591 


75,733 
41,324 


667,011 


117,057 


1,355,855 


(536) 


13,073,735 


1,660,917 







Fixed Assets 




51 


ASSETS 










December 31, 


1983 








Service 




Under 






Retired 


Balance 


Construction 


Total 




or 


December 


December 


December 


Expenditures 


Reclassified 


31, 1983 


31, 1983 


31, 1983 


for 1983 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


(1,447) 


1,776,229 


41,885 


1,818,114 


37,242 


165 


2,833,986 


546,357 


3,380,343 


175,192 


(1,092) 


3,021,025 


6,695,329 


9,716,354 


1,917,168 


(14,158) 


752,534 


1,302,056 


2,054,590 


445,851 


(16,532) 


8,383,774 


8,585,627 


16,969,401 


2,575,453 


(17,675) 


2,748,768 


182,280 


2,931,048 


70,076 


(3,791) 


244,050 


11,092 


255,142 


878 


(3,263) 


135,751 


28,102 


163,853 


27,627 


(16,949) 


1,024,712 


29,826 


1,054,538 


96,428 


(58,210) 


12,537,055 


8,836,927 


21,373,982 


2,770,462 


(823) 


289,330 


47,331 


336,661 


54,870 


(25,424) 


468,491 


11,331 


479,822 


37,433 


(26,247) 


757,821 


58,662 


816,483 


92,303 


5,008 


1,360,327 


3,376 


1,363,703 


(15,482) 


(79,449) 


14,655,203 


8,898,965 


23,554,168 


2,847,283 



52 



Appendix II — Finance 

ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 



Balance 
December 
31, 1982 

$'000 
Power Supply Facilities 
Generation — hydraulic . . 452,953 

—fossil 804,473 

— nuclear .... 366,665 
Heavy water 85,984 

1,710,075 
Transmission and 

distribution facilities 
Transmission systems .... 534,324 

Distribution systems 63,465 

Communication 

equipment 55,646 

Retail distribution 278,683 

Total power 

supply facilities 2,642,193 

Administration and 
Service Facilities 

Administration and service 

buildings 37,650 

Transport and service 
equipment 230,621 

Total administration 

and service facilities . . . 268,271 

Heavy Water Production 
Facilities 276,265 

Total Accumulated 

Depreciation 3,186,729 



Retirements Balance 

Direct Indirect Sales and Net December 

Provision Provison Transfers Changes 31, 1983 



$'000 

30,639 
90,357 
71,814 
10,592 



$'000 



$'000 

(877) 

(14) 

(1,193) 



$'000 

29,762 
90,343 
70,624 
10,592 



$'000 

482,715 

894,816 

437,289 

96,576 



203,402 


3 


(2,084) 


201,321 


1,911,396 


58,671 
5,290 


69 


(15,670) 
(2,469) 


43,001 
2,890 


577,325 
66,355 


6,614 
33,151 


— 


(3,064) 
(13,739) 

(37,026) 


3,550 
19,412 

270,174 


59,196 
298,095 


307,128 


72 


2,912,367 


55 


7,143 


1,830 


9,028 


46,678 


— 


46,904 
54,047 


(17,308) 
(15,478) 


29,596 
38,624 


260,217 


55 


306,895 





110,892 
165,011 


(9) 
(52,513) 


110,883 
419,681 


387,148 


307,183 


3,606,410 



Bonds and Notes Payable 

DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 



53 







Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


Callable 


Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1983 








% 


Can. $'000 


Payable in Canadian Currency (1) 










February 1, 1984 


1981 


1964 


5.25 


47,149 


October 1, 1984 


1980 


1964 


5.25 


52,128 


February 1, 1985 


1981 


1965 


5.25 


72,063 


March 25, 1985 


— 


1980 


13.25 


162,049 


October 21, 1985 


— 


1980 


13.25 


226,220 


October 30, 1985 


— 


1975 


10.25 


24,768 


March 3, 1987 


— 


1982 


16.75 


98,987 


May 12, 1987 


— 


1982 


15.5 


138,906 


July 5, 1987 


1985 


1967 


6.25 


23,170 


August 4, 1987 


— 


1982 


17.0 


148,895 


August 12, 1987 


— 


1982 


16.95 


60,000 


October 12, 1987 


— 


1982 


13.75 


248,000 


January 4, 1988 


1984 


1966 


5.75 


53,000 


February 8, 1988 


— 


1983 


10.5 


297,600 


April 15, 1988 


1984 


1966 


6.0 


46,154 


July 5, 1988 


1984 


1966 


6.0 


42,508 


August 12, 1988 


— 


1982 


16.95 


60,000 


August 17, 1988 


— 


1983 


11.5 


100,000 


September 15, 1988 


— 


1983 


11.25 


100,000 


December 7, 1988 


— 


1983 


10.75 


1 50,000 


January 5, 1989 


1985 


1967 


6.25 


43,000 


September 20, 1989 


1985 


1967 


6.50 


26,951 


March 15, 1990 


1986 


1967 


6.0 


38,463 


April 1, 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.0 


40,645 


August 15, 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.0 


43,873 


September 18, 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.0 


58,008 


September 15, 1993 


— 


1983 


12.00 


100,000 


October 18, 1993 


— 


1983 


11.75 


200,000 


March 18, 1994 


1989 


1969 


7.75 


33,000 


April 1, 1994 


1990 


1970 


9.0 


47,945 


May 1, 1994 


1989 


1969 


7.75 


38,000 


October 1, 1994 


1989 


1969 


8.25 


23,000 


December 1, 1994 


1989 


1969 


8.5 


28,000 


February 1, 1995 


1990 


1970 


9.0 


7,548 


June 30, 1995 


1990 


1970 


9.0 


58,068 


November 30, 1995 


1990 


1970 


8.75 


73,000 


February 4, 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.50 


98,157 


April 1, 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.625 


38,575 


July 21, 1996 


1991 


1971 


8.25 


49,112 


September 15, 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.875 


60,806 


September 15, 1996 


— 


1976 


8.25 


6 


February 1, 1997 


1992 


1972 


7.375 


55,626 


April 5, 1997 


1992 


1972 


7.625 


67,939 


September 15, 1997 


1992 


1972 


8.25 


78,174 


February 1, 1998 


1993 


1973 


7.75 


69,617 


May 15, 1998 


1993 


1973 


8.0 


119,034 


November 30, 1998 


1993 


1973 


8.5 


43,506 


March 1, 1999 


1994 


1974 


8.5 


57,288 


June 14, 1999 


1994 


1974 


9.75 


67,933 


August 15, 1999 


1994 


1974 


10.25 


68,854 


November 15, 1999 


1994 


1974 


10.0 


52,276 


January 10, 2000 


1995 


1975 


9.75 


47,073 


February 10, 2000 


1995 


1975 


9.5 


75,797 


May 21,2000 


— 


1975 


10.25 


54,737 


October 30, 2000 


1995 


1975 


10.75 


85,964 


January 29, 2001 


1996 


1976 


10.25 


141,315 


May 18, 2001 


1996 


1976 


10.0 


299,214 


March 3, 2002 


1999 


1982 


17.0 


99,975 


November 30, 2002 


2000 


1982 


12.5 


237,241 


November 30, 2002 


2000 


1983 


12.5 


100,000 


October 5, 2003 


1996 


1976 


9.5 


127,955 


January 6, 2004 


1997 


1982 


9.25 


696,681 


January 25, 2004 


1998 


1978 


9.375 


164,596 


May 1, 2005 


1998 


1978 


9.75 


162,269 



54 Appendix II — Finance 

DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE (Cont'd.) 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 









Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 




Callable 


Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1983 










% 


Can. $'000 


Payable in Canadian 


Currency (1) 










April 21, 2006 




2001 


1981 


14.25 


211,374 


June 27, 2008 




2000 


1978 


9.75 


179,771 


August 30, 2008 




2000 


1978 


9.5 


166,714 


April 4, 2009 




2001 


1979 


10.25 


277.995 


May 10, 2009 




2001 


1979 


10.0 


275,878 


March 25, 2010 




2003 


1980 


13.375 


129,173 


May 14, 2010 




2003 


1980 


13.25 


308,919 


January 29, 2011 




2004 


1981 


13.0 


294,275 
8,074,917 


Payable in Canadian Currency — Advances from Prov 


. of Ontario (1) 






May 1 , 2000 




— 


1980 


13.46 


60,000 


May 5, 2000 




— 


1980 


13.46 


60,000 


May 6, 2000 




— 


1980 


13.46 


21,714 


June 2, 2000 




— 


1980 


12.01 


60,000 


June 3, 2000 




— 


1980 


12.01 


60,000 


June 4, 2000 




— 


1980 


12.01 


42,273 


July 2, 2000 




— 


1980 


11.82 


60,000 


July 3, 2000 




— 


1980 


11.82 


42,564 


August 5, 2000 




— 


19C0 


11.61 


60,000 


August 6, 2000 




— 


1980 


11.61 


19,534 


September 2, 2000 




— 


1980 


12.55 


13,915 


July 2, 2001 




— 


1981 


14.81 


60,000 


July 6, 2001 




— 


1981 


14.81 


45,279 


August 4, 2001 




— 


1981 


15.31 


60,000 


August 5, 2001 




— 


1981 


15.31 


33,599 


September 1, 2001 




— 


1981 


17.01 


60,000 


September 2, 2001 




— 


1981 


17.01 


27,494 


October 1, 2001 




— 


1981 


17.0 


60,000 


October 2, 2001 




— 


1981 


17.0 


28,018 


November 2, 2001 




— 


1981 


17.51 


60,000 


November 3, 2001 




— 


1981 


17.51 


38,463 


December 1, 2001 




— 


1981 


15.93 


27,147 




Currency — Notes (1) 






1,000,000 


Payable in Canadian 




Long-Term Notes 






1983 


10.25 


150,000 


Short-Term Notes 






1983 


Various 


13.900 
163,900 


Total payable in Can 


adian Dollars 








9,238,817 








Exchange 


Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


Rate 


Callable Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1983 











% 


US $'000 


Can. $'000 


Payable in United States Ci 


irrency (1) 












February 1, 1984 


.9696 


1969(2) 


1959 


4.75 


63,493 


79,011 


November 15, 1985 


1.0122 


1983 


1975 


8.4 


99,565 


100,780 


March 10, 1988 


1.2264 


— 


1983 


10.375 


200,000 


245,280 


April 25, 1989 


1.2277 


— 


1983 


10.5 


200,000 


245,540 


September 15, 1990 


1.0762 


1975(2) 


1965 


4.75 


43,819 


47,158 


May 1, 1991 


1.1993 


1988(2) 


1981 


14.625 


97,450 


116,872 


November 5, 1991 


1.1931 


— 


1981 


16.0 


99,815 


119,089 


February 25, 1992 


1.2296 


— 


1982 


15.75 


198,910 


244,580 


August 31, 1992 


1.2373 


— 


1982 


14.625 


195,125 


241,428 


March 25, 1996 


.9850 


-(7) 


1976 


9.5 


542,750 


543,882 


April 1, 1996 


1.0781 


1981(2) 


1966 


5.5 


28,423 


30,643 


April 15, 1997 


1.0822 


1982(2) 


1967 


5.625 


54,327 


58,793 


December 1, 1997 


1.0812 


1982(2) 


1967 


6.875 


60,755 


65,688 


August 1, 1998 


1.0731 


1983(2) 


1968 


7.125 


57,550 


61,757 


February 15, 1999 


1 .0744 


1984(2) 


1969 


7.375 


58,655 


63,019 



Bonds and Notes Payable 

DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE (Cont'd.) 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 



55 



Exchange 




Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity Rate 


Callable 


Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1983 








% 


US $'000 


Can. $'000 


September 1, 1999 1.0778 


1984(2) 


1969 


8.375 


67,810 


73,085 


February 15, 2000 1.0725 


1985(2) 


1970 


9.25 


70,590 


75,708 


August 1 , 2000 1 .0200 


1985(2) 


1970 


9.25 


52,695 


53,749 


May 15,2001 1.0098 


1986(2) 


1971 


7.85 


71,430 


72,130 


May 15,2002 .9900 


1987(2) 


1972 


7.7 


79,700 


78,903 


December 15, 2002 .9965 


1987(2) 


1972 


7.3 


70,455 


70,208 


October 1 5. 2003 1 .0003 


1998(2) 


1973 


7.9 


81,845 


81,870 


March 15, 2004 .9706 


1989(2) 


1974 


8.6 


102,560 


99,545 


October 1, 2004 .9818 


1989(2) 


1974 


10.25 


161,270 


158,335 


March 1 , 2005 1 .0024 


1990(2) 


1975 


8.875 


172,730 


173,145 


June 15,2005 1.0260 


1990(2) 


1975 


9.125 


129,950 


133,329 


November 15, 2005 1.0122 


1990(2) 


1975 


9.25 


169,595 


171,664 


January 15, 2007 1.0226 


1992(2) 


1977 


8.40 


266,605 


272,630 


September 15, 2007 1.0744 


1992(2) 


1977 


8.375 


175,970 


189,062 


January 5, 2008 1.0948 


1993(2) 


1978 


8.75 


232,860 


254,935 


June 1,2008 1.1180 


1993(2) 


1978 


9.375 


186,490 


208,496 


November 30, 2008 1.1715 


1993(2) 


1978 


9.375 


232,155 


271,970 


March 1, 2009 1.1863 


1994(2) 


1979 


9.75 


268,870 


318,960 


September 20, 2009 1.1677 


1994(2) 


1979 


9.875 


280,895 


328,001 


May 1, 2011 1.1993 


1996(2) 


1981 


15.125 


172,850 


207,299 


November 5, 2011 1.1931 


1996(2) 


1981 


17.00 


149,970 


178,929 


March 15, 2012 1.2167 


1997(2) 


1982 


15.75 


193,645 


235,608 


August 31, 2012 1.2373 


1997(2) 


1982 


15.25 


96,805 


119,777 


March 10, 2013 1.2264 


1998(2) 


1983 


11.5 


99,500 


122,027 


April 25, 2013 1.2277 


1998(2) 


1983 


11.75 


100,000 

5,687,882 


122,770 
6,335,655 


Payable in United States Currency — Eurodollar 


Issues ( 1 ) 










January 15, 1977-1986 1.0084 


1977(2,3) 


1971 


8.25 


10,142 


11,034 


June 1, 1985 1.1190 


— 


1978 


8.5 


125,000 


139,875 


September 10, 1986 .9763 


— 


1976 


8.5 


98,250 


95,921 


April 15, 1987 1.0492 


— 


1977 


8.0 


123,480 


129,555 


April 29, 1989 1.2222 


— 


1982 


14.75 


150,000 


183,330 


December 30, 1989 1.2187 


— 


1982 


11.25 


200,000 


243,740 


May 19, 1990 1.2328 


— 


1983 


10.25 


250,000 


308,200 


September 29, 1990 1.2328 


— 


1983 


11.75 


200,000 


246,560 


February 26, 1991 1.1975 


— 


1981 


13.5 


100,000 


119,750 


August 28, 1991 1.2107 


— 


1981 


16.0 


1 50,000 


181,605 


November 19, 1991 1.1837 


— 


1981 


16.0 


200,000 


236,740 


August 5, 1992 1.2481 


— 


1982 


15.0 


1 50,000 


187,215 


October 14, 1992 1.2288 




1982 


12.75 


200,000 
1,956,872 


245,760 
2,329,285 


Payable in United States Currency — U.S. Dollar Notes (1) 










Long-Term Notes — NEI Parsons Ltd. 




1982-83 


8.5 


4,056 


4,988 


Short-Term Notes 




1983 


Various 


10,000 


12,370 




14,056 


17,358 


Total payable in United States Dollars 








7,658,810 


8,682,298 


Payable in West German Currency (1) 


DM '000 


CDN $'000 


December 1, 1977-1986 .3045 


1977(2,3) 


1971 


7.5 


29,379 


10,468 


June 1, 1980-1987 .3078 


1980(3,4) 


1972 


6.5 


49,842 


17,202 


March 1, 1981-1988 .3548 


1981(3,4) 


1973 


6.5 


62,145 


23,323 


Total payable in West German Deutsche Marks 








141,366 


50,993 



56 Appendix II — Fianance 

DETAILS OF BONDS AND NOTES PAYABLE (Cont'd.) 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 



Maturity 



Exchange 
Rate 



Year of 
Issue 



Interest 
Rate 



Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1983 



Payable in Swiss Currency (1) 
October 2, 1987 .2591 

December 9, 1990 .5705 

Total payable in Swiss Francs 









SF '000 


CDN $'000 


983(2,5) 


1972 


5.5 


100,000 


25,910 


-(6) 


1983 


5.75 


80,000 


45,640 



180,000 



71,550 



( 1 ) Bonds and notes payable in United States dollars include $5,792 million of Ontario Hydro bonds held by the Province of Ontario 
and having terms identical with Province of Ontario issues sold in the United States on behalf of Ontario Hydro. All bonds and 
notes payable are either held, or guaranteed as to principal and interest, by the Province of Ontario. 

(2) Callable at various declining premiums. 

(3) Payable in equal annual instalments. 

(4) Callable for three years at 101% and thereafter at par. 

(5) Redeemable 1984-1986, by purchase in the market, of up to 10,000,000 Sw.fr. annually, at prices not exceeding par. 

(6) Swiss bank loan, repayable 1984-1989 at Ontario Hydro's option, at various declining premiums. 

(7) Payable 1984-1995 in annual instalments of 5.5% of original amount of note of $650 million. 



SUMMARY OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE AMOUNTS 
CHARGED FOR PRIMARY POWER 
for the year ended December 31, 1983 



Amounts Charged for Primary Power 
Common Functions 

Operations, maintenance and administration 

Debt retirement appropriation 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

provision (note 6) 

Interest on reserve 

Total common demand functions 

Energy at 14.30 mills per kWh 

Total common functions 

Other functions 

Transformation and metering — stage I 

Transformation and metering — stage II 

Special facilities 

Total bulk charges allocated 

Retail distribution charges 

Total amount charged for primary power 

Amounts billed 

Interest on Power District deficit (surplus) 

Balance billed or (credited) to municipal utilities . . . 

Surplus (deficit) transferred to Reserve for Stabiliza- 
tion of Rates and Contingencies for the Power 
District (note 6) 

Primary Powkr and ENtRGY Supplied 

Average of monthly peak load (costing load) used in 

allocating the amount charged for bulk power — MW 
Energy — GWh 





Power District 




MlJNICIPAL 

Utilities 


Rural 

Retail 

Customers 


Direct 
Industrial 
Customers 


Total 


$,000 


$'000 


$'000 


$.000 


850,242 
126,369 


162,510 
24,074 


156,712 
22,955 


1,169,464 
173,398 


213,658 
(605) 


40,703 
(116) 


38,812 
(110) 


293,173 
(831) 


1,189,664 
1,009,275 


227,171 
200,361 


218,369 
233.865 


1,635,204 
1,443,501 


2,198,939 


427.532 


452.234 


3,078,705 


64,604 
1,666 

492 


12,735 
8,398 
(248) 


2,996 
14 

(6,427) 


80,335 
10.078 
(6.183) 


2,265,701 


448,417 
195,559 

643,976 


448,817 


3.162.935 
195,559 


2,265,701 


448,817 


3.358,494 


2,249,281 


643,395 


448,007 


3,340.683 


. 


913 


54 


967 



11.309 
70,579 



( 1 ,494) 



2,154 
14,011 



(864) 



2,054 
16,354 



16,420 



(2,358) 



15.517 
100,944 



See accompanying notes on following page. 



Allocation of Charges for Power 57 

NOTES TO STATEMENTS OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED FOR PRIMARY POWER 

1 . The common functions performed in production and supply of power, which are listed below, are considered to be used by all 
customers in relation to demand requirements and are allocated to the customer classes as follows: 



Power supply-demand 

Grid facilities 

Radial transmission . 

Administration 

Debt retirement .... 
Stabilization of rates 





Rural 


Direct 


Municipal 


Retail 


Industrial 


Utilities 


Customers 


Customers 


S/kW 


$/kW 


$/kW 


33.91 


29.50 


28.36 


20.91 


18.19 


17.48 


1.97 


3.66 


2.72 


18.39 


14.27 


15.23 


11.18 


9.72 


9.34 


18.84 


16.38 


15.76 



105.20 91.72 88.89 



2. State 1 transformation and metering charges are those associated with transformation at high-voltage stations from 115 kV to a 
voltage less than 1 1 5 kV but exceeding 1 kV. These charges are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers requiring the service. 

Stage II transformation and metering charges are those associated with transformation at low-voltage stations from 44 kV, 27.6 
kV, 1 3.8 kV or similar voltages to a delivery voltage of less than 1 kV. These charges are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers 
requiring the service. 

3. Special facilities charges are those associated with low-voltage line facilities located within a municipality's boundaries that serve 
only that customer. Also included in this category are charges for providing standby services, adjustments for the surpluses or deficits 
arising from power contracts containing unusual rates or supply conditions and reductions allowed for interruptible power. 

4. The portion of the amount charged for power attributable to producing energy, rather than meeting demand requirements, has 
been classified as energy charge. For allocation purposes, this charge has been established at 14.30 mills per kWh. 

5. The demand charge is the per kilowatt charge for primary power, exclusive of energy cost. 

6. The provision to stabilization of rates and contigencies as shown on the Statement of Operations consists of: 

$'000 



Common Demand Functions 293,173 

Other Functions (non-common) (4,330) 

Surplus (Deficit) of Rural Retail Customers (1,494) 

Surplus (Deficit) of Direct Industrial Customers (864) 

Interest on Reserve 136 

Rural Retail System Expansion Appropriation — 

286,621 



58 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 

14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford-Blenhei 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp. ... 

Brechin 

Brighton 



kW 

1,233.1 
35,232.2 
7,681.9 

2,145.1 
7,526.4 

4,742.3 

878.2 

12,843.2 

4,811.3 
278.3 

554.1 

14,278.7 

3,220.7 

7,789.2 

23,410.7 

264.0 

9,004.6 

4,265.9 

71,621.8 

1,917.3 

1.396.3 

964.5 

1 ,694.9 

4,155.9 

64,916.0 

1,231.4 
2,472.7 
5,822.0 
1,149.9 
1 ,840.4 

3,205.0 
1,291.9 
4,671.5 
7,505.9 

3,237.7 

236,298.7 

106,264.4 

17,921.4 

424.5 

4,812.3 



kW.h '000 

6,799.9 

214,576.3 

43,648.1 

12,348.8 

45,318.9 

25,848.2 
4,988.9 
76,147.1 
27,715.6 
1,501.1 

3,096.5 

90,275.5 

19,279.8 

52,861.0 

139,786.4 

1,586.7 

51,884.2 

23,411.9 

429,960.6 

10,390.5 

7,689.0 

5,447.1 

10.159.6 

23,967.3 

401,963.2 

6,780.6 
14,490.8 
34,571.6 

6,180.7 
10.564.8 

19,387.3 
7,509.9 
22.395.3 
45,912.3 
16.423.0 

1.462,631.4 

644,260.3 

97,798.8 

2,358.7 

27,625.2 



$ 
129,719 
3,706,427 
808,139 
225,660 
791,778 

498,893 

92,390 

1,351,105 

506,152 

29,273 

58,294 

1,502,122 

338,821 

819,422 

2,462,807 

27,775 

947,280 

448,776 

7,534,613 

201,704 

146,894 
101,465 
178,308 

437,195 
6,829,167 

129,542 
260,128 
612,477 
120,968 
193,614 

337,169 
135,905 
491,446 
789,619 
340,610 

24.858,624 

11,179,015 

1,885,331 

44,661 

506,249 



$ 

97,239 

3,068,443 

624,168 

176,589 

648,060 

369,629 

71,343 

1,088,904 

396,335 
21,467 

44,280 

1 ,290,941 

275,701 

755,914 

1 ,998,947 

22,690 

741,945 

334,790 

6.148.437 

148,584 

109,953 

77.894 

145,282 

342,732 

5,748,075 

96,964 
207,220 
494,374 

88.385 
151,078 

277.238 
107,392 
320.253 
656,546 
234,850 

20.915,630 
9,212.922 

1,398.524 
33.731 
395.040 



$ 

7.399 

216,934 

47.320 

12,871 

46,362 

29.213 
5,269 
78,994 
29,638 
1.670 

3,325 
86.989 
19.839 
47.354 
143,962 

1,584 

55,469 

26,278 

441,190 

11,515 

8.378 

5,941 

10,171 

25,383 

399,883 

7,416 
14,973 
35,718 

7.083 
11.122 

19.230 
7,751 
28.776 
46.236 
19,856 

1.455,108 
654.300 

110,395 

2.547 
29,644 



see notes on page 57 



Allocation of Charges for Power 
FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



59 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


- 


243,285 


239,834 


3.451 


118.44 


197.30 


35.78 


- 


6.996,160 


6,925,508 


70,652 


111.48 


198.57 


32.60 


2,913 


1,482,540 


1,469,337 


13,203 


111.74 


192.99 


33.97 


- 


430,651 


425,171 


5,480 


118.44 


200.76 


34.87 


5,664 


1,491,864 


1 ,491 ,679 


185 


112.11 


198.22 


32.92 


6,215 


903,950 


886,665 


17,285 


112.67 


190.61 


34.97 


— 


175,360 


172,966 


2,394 


118.44 


199.67 


35.15 


— 


2,524,447 


2,487,527 


36,920 


111.77 


196.56 


33.15 


— 


932,125 


915,884 


16,241 


111.36 


193.74 


33.63 


— 


54,425 


54,108 


317 


118.44 


195.59 


36.25 





109,911 


108,154 


1,757 


118.44 


198.35 


35.50 


18,473 


2,942,316 


2,936,107 


6,209 


115.65 


206.06 


32.59 


7,020 


641 ,381 


635,331 


6,050 


113.54 


199.14 


33.27 


— 


1,651,058 


1 ,649,277 


1,781 


114.92 


211.97 


31.23 


— 


4,616,907 


4,577,467 


39,440 


1 1 1 .83 


197.21 


33.03 





53,960 


53,573 


387 


118.44 


204.38 


34.01 


290 


1,744,984 


1,731,520 


13,464 


111.39 


193.79 


33.63 


— 


809,844 


807,802 


2,042 


111.36 


189.84 


34.59 


— 


14,124,240 


14,070,055 


54,185 


111.36 


197.21 


32.85 


— 


375.173 


374,701 


472 


118.18 


195.67 


36.11 


_ 


275,334 


268,492 


6,842 


118.44 


197.18 


35.81 


— 


185,300 


184,386 


914 


111.36 


192.12 


34.02 


1,896 


347,828 


344,928 


2,900 


119.50 


205.22 


34.24 


1.485 


816,591 


799,500 


17.091 


114.02 


196.49 


34.07 


— 


12,977,125 


12,878,878 


98,247 


111.36 


199.91 


32.28 





241,577 


238,960 


2,617 


117.44 


196.18 


35.63 


— 


494.030 


493,501 


529 


115.99 


199.79 


34.09 


— 


1,149,166 


1,137,981 


11,185 


112.47 


197.38 


33.24 


- 


216,436 


215,665 


771 


111.36 


188.22 


35.02 


2.050 


367,592 


365,770 


1,822 


117.64 


199.73 


34.79 


2,169 


659,010 


646,989 


12,021 


119.12 


205.62 


33.99 


- 


260,401 


256,777 


3,624 


118.44 


201 .57 


34.67 


- 


840,475 


832,847 


7,628 


111.36 


179.91 


37.53 


- 


1,492,401 


1,478,214 


14,187 


111.36 


198.83 


32.51 


686 


599,981 


595,289 


4,692 


112.77 


185.31 


36.53 


- 


47,251.628 


46,891,089 


360,539 


1 1 1 .45 


199.97 


32.31 


- 


21 ,059,287 


20,947,780 


1 1 1 ,507 


111.48 


198.18 


32.69 


20,253 


3,414.503 


3.411,660 


2,843 


112.49 


190.53 


34.91 


— 


84,012 


82,736 


1,276 


118.44 


197.89 


35.62 


3,284 


934,217 


923,851 


10.366 


112.04 


194.13 


33.82 



see notes on page 57 



60 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Brock 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burks Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge-North Dumfries 

Campbellford 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 



kW 

6,965.2 
40,659.6 

1,427.8 
1,184.3 
1,891.1 

159,101.0 

821.2 

10,629.4 

3.462.5 

127,163.3 

4,878.9 
4,387.7 
1,483.3 
8,623.6 
3,063.1 

1,377.9 

1,165.1 

4,887.2 

60,855.2 

644.5 

3,134.0 
3,906.0 
926.2 
4,166.9 
1,479.3 

26,207.4 
8,800.0 
2,674.5 
1,752.5 

29,339.9 

875.7 
2,496.7 
1,221.5 

857.4 
1 ,626.3 

605.5 
9,564.3 

559.8 
5,034.5 
2,834.9 



kW.h '000 

40,681.5 

237,673.2 

8,303.0 

7,341.4 

10,130.6 

960,544.3 

4,398.9 

60,649.8 

20,356.2 

737,049.2 

20,067.0 
27,149.6 
8,316.8 
49,604.9 
17,346.2 

8,239.9 

6,648.1 

29,395.1 

368,074.6 

3,544.8 

17,542.3 
22,056.1 

5,213.1 
24,616.8 

8,623.9 

157,047.4 
52,973.7 
16,155.8 
9,505.3 

182,301.3 

4,911.7 
14,871.3 
6,884.8 
4,686.3 
9,594.4 

3,303.6 
52,194.9 

3,078.7 
27,605.1 
16,952.8 



$ 
732,739 
4,277,393 
150,205 
124,584 
198,947 

16,737,423 

86,390 

1,118,210 

364,255 

13,377,580 

513,260 
461 ,582 
156,046 
907,201 

322,241 

144,958 
122,566 
514,131 
6,401 ,968 
67.796 

329,700 
410,907 
97,440 
438,362 
155,620 

2,757,022 
925,759 
281,354 
184,367 

3,086,555 

92,127 
262,655 
128,502 

90,197 
171,089 

63,694 

1,006,161 

58,887 

529,629 

298,236 



$ 
581 ,745 
3,398,727 
118,733 
104,983 
144,868 

13,735,785 
62,904 
867,292 
291,094 

10,539,804 

286,960 
388,241 
118,932 
709,352 
248,051 

117,832 

95,069 

420,350 

5,263,467 

50,691 

250,856 
315,402 
74,547 
352,020 
123,322 

2,245.778 
757,524 
231,028 
135,926 

2,606,909 

70,239 
212,661 
98,453 
67,014 
137,200 

47.241 
746,387 

44,027 
394,753 
242,426 



$ 

42,738 

250,464 

8,567 

7.106 

1 1 ,650 

980.002 

5,058 

65,477 

21 ,329 

782,915 

30.054 
27,028 
8,900 
53,122 
18,379 

8,267 
7,177 
17,004 
374,868 
3,867 

19,305 
23.827 

5,557 
25,668 

9.113 

161.347 

1.408 

16,475 

10,549 

180,733 

5,266 
15,379 

7.329 
5,144 
9,758 

3,633 
58,916 

3.359 
31.013 
17,123 



see notes on page 57 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



61 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


2.552 


1,367.329 


1 .344.870 


22,459 


112.79 


196.31 


33.61 


— 


7,926.584 


7,876,149 


50,435 


111.36 


194.95 


33.35 


— 


287,842 


284,571 


3,271 


118.44 


201.60 


34.67 


— 


245.247 


241,885 


3.362 


118.44 


207.09 


33.41 


— 


355.465 


352.958 


2.507 


111.36 


187.% 


35.09 


8.667 


31.464.604 


31.322.278 


142.326 


1 1 1 .43 


197.77 


32.76 


— 


154.352 


151.864 


2.488 


111.36 


187.96 


35.09 


3.207 


2.054,186 


2.033.402 


20,784 


111.66 


193.26 


33.87 


— 


676.678 


670.040 


6,638 


111.36 


195.43 


33.24 


— 


24,718,917 


24.557.048 


161,869 


111.50 


194.39 


33.54 





830,274 


822,161 


8,113 


111.36 


170.18 


41.37 


1.445 


878.296 


868.789 


9,507 


1 1 1 .69 


200.17 


32.35 


— 


294,617 


290.748 


3,869 


118.44 


198.62 


35.42 


— 


1.669,675 


1.659,148 


10,527 


1 1 1 .36 


193.62 


33.66 


— 


610.848 


600,053 


10.795 


118.44 


199.42 


35.21 


170 


281.203 


276,926 


4.277 


118.56 


204.08 


34.13 


— 


224.812 


223.032 


1,780 


111.36 


192.96 


33.82 


— 


966.251 


953.621 


12,630 


1 1 1 .70 


197.71 


32.87 


— 


12.040.303 


1 1 .972.384 


67.919 


111.36 


197.85 


32.71 


- 


127,020 


124.698 


2.322 


118.44 


197.10 


35.83 


1,787 


601.648 


590.754 


10.894 


111.93 


191.97 


34.30 


— 


760.710 


757.252 


3.458 


114.01 


194.76 


34.49 


— 


184,250 


182.250 


2.000 


118.44 


198.92 


35.34 


1.254 


817,304 


81 1 .050 


6.254 


111.66 


196.14 


33.20 


- 


288,055 


284,715 


3,340 


111.36 


194.73 


33.40 


_ 


5.168.224 


5.118,128 


50,096 


111.51 


197.20 


32.91 


— 


1.684.691 


1,674.209 


10,482 


105.36 


191.44 


31.80 


— 


528.857 


524.167 


4.690 


111.36 


197.74 


32.73 


— 


341.972 


336,938 


5.034 


117.57 


195.13 


35.98 


— 


5.874,197 


5.811,290 


62.907 


111.36 


200.21 


32.22 





173.446 


171,328 


2,118 


117.85 


198.06 


35.31 


297 


490.992 


484,531 


6,461 


111.48 


196.65 


33.02 


— 


243.128 


237,873 


5.255 


118.44 


199.04 


35.31 


- 


168.563 


163.591 


4.972 


118.44 


196.60 


35.97 


" 


329.821 


323.872 


5,949 


118.44 


202.80 


34.38 


- 


118.952 


118.416 


536 


118.44 


196.47 


36.01 


" 


1,811.464 


1 ,798.829 


12.635 


111.36 


189.40* 


34.71 


" 


110,326 


107,744 


2,582 


118.44 


197.10 


35.83 


2.2 


955.607 


950,038 


5.569 


1 1 1 .40 


189.81 


34.62 


2.287 


575.440 


576,604 


(1.164) 


117.47 


202.98 


33.94 



see notes on page 57 



62 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra-Tavistock . 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flamborough 

Flesherton 

Forest 

Frankford 

Georgina 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 

Goderich 

Goulbourne 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 



kW 

1,247.5 
1,223.7 
4,519.8 
8,951.9 
551.2 

2,611.4 
21,395.9 
6,717.7 
3,241.0 
922.2 

114,770.5 

3,653.7 

1 ,449.0 

1,935.2 

353.0 

3,380.6 

2,942.4 
134.2 
716.2 

6,211.4 

7,683.3 
6,936.2 
511,708.4 
6,228.0 
3,386.0 

15,575.7 
587.9 
3,524.0 
1,008.3 
4,254.4 

2,302.9 
4,027.1 

2,544.4 
88,623.6 
15,925.8 

4,067.6 
1,811.6 
1,602.0 
534.2 
5,941.4 



kW.h '000 
7,419.3 
6,669.3 
25,307.0 
55,311.3 
2,829.3 

15,059.5 
126,601.6 
40,275.6 
18,474.9 
5,340.2 

739,734.5 
20,371.1 

7,785.4 
11,712.9 

1 ,953.6 

19,962.5 

16,949.6 

702.1 

4,103.0 

43,764.2 

45,432.1 
40,410.7 
3.216,808.8 
37,238.3 
19,572.9 

91,409.1 
3,231.2 

21,016.0 
5,780.9 

25,672.9 

13,171.8 
23,984.2 
13,748.8 
528,474.6 
96,538.7 

22,970.3 
10,133.2 
9,103.4 
2,431.1 
35,699.2 



$ 
131,234 
128,730 
475,486 
941,743 

57,984 

274,716 
2,250,847 
706,697 
340,955 
97,014 

12,073,858 

384,371 

152,433 

203,583 

37,137 

355,642 

309,544 

14,116 

75,340 

653,435 

808,283 
729,689 
53,831,723 
655,185 
356,209 

1,638,562 
61 ,850 
370,721 
106,070 
447,559 

242,262 

423,650 

267,674 

9,323,201 

1,675,394 

427,914 
190,583 
168,529 
56,197 
625,038 



$ 
106,096 

95,371 
361 ,892 
790,953 

40,459 

215,351 

1,810,403 

575,941 

264,193 

76,366 

10,578.203 

291,307 

111,333 

167,496 

27,938 

285,464 

242,379 

10,040 

58,673 

625,829 

649,679 
577,873 
46,000,367 
532,508 
279,892 

1,307,150 
46,208 
300,530 
82,668 

367.122 

188,357 

342,975 

196,609 

7,557,187 

1,380,503 

328,477 
144,905 
130,180 
34,766 
510,500 



$ 

7,485 

7,342 
27,842 
55,143 

3,307 

16,086 

131,798 

41,381 

19,965 

5,533 

706,986 

22,507 

8,926 

11,611 

2,118 

20,319 
17,654 
805 
4,297 
38,262 

47,329 
42,727 
3,152,123 
38,364 
20,858 

95,946 
3,527 

21 ,628 
6,050 

26.204 

13,817 
24,807 
15,317 
424,972 
98,103 

24,406 
10,870 
9,868 

3.241 
36.599 



see notes on page 57 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



63 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


253,847 


253,594 


253 


118.44 


203.49 


34.21 


— 


240,303 


236,229 


4,074 


118.44 


196.38 


36.03 


— 


865,220 


851,583 


13,637 


111.36 


191.43 


34.19 


2,138 


1,789,977 


1,771,236 


18,741 


111.60 


199.95 


32.36 


— 


105,741 


105,621 


120 


118.44 


191.84 


37.37 


159 


506,312 


500,347 


5,965 


111.42 


193.89 


33.62 


— 


4,193,048 


4,169,467 


23,581 


111.36 


195.97 


33.12 


3,838 


1,327,857 


1,325,408 


2,449 


111.93 


197.67 


32.97 


— 


625,113 


618,658 


6,455 


111.36 


192.88 


33.84 


— 


185,590 


182,994 


2,596 


118.44 


201.25 


34.75 


101,287 


23,460,334 


23,337,532 


122,802 


112.24 


204.41 


31.71 


2,233 


700,418 


691,582 


8,836 


111.97 


191.70 


34.38 


— 


272,692 


267,635 


5,057 


111.36 


188.20 


35.03 


— 


396,701 


390,838 


5,863 


118.44 


204.99 


33.87 


— 


69,749 


68,052 


1,697 


118.44 


197.58 


35.70 


916 


685,240 


678,509 


6,731 


118.25 


202.70 


34.33 


— 


590,880 


581,615 


9,265 


118.44 


200.81 


34.86 


— 


25,933 


26,716 


(783) 


118.45 


193.27 


36.93 


— 


143,495 


138,217 


5,278 


118.44 


200.37 


34.97 


— 


1,317,526 


1,307,835 


9,691 


111.36 


212.12 


30.11 


4,435 


1,509,726 


1,500,965 


8,761 


111.94 


196.49 


33.23 


252 


1,350,541 


1,333,539 


17,002 


111.40 


194.71 


33.42 


— 


102,984,213 


102,291,810 


692,403 


111.36 


201.26 


32.01 


1,310 


1,227,367 


1,212,625 


14,742 


111.57 


197.07 


32.96 


347 


657,306 


646,819 


10,487 


111.46 


194.12 


33.58 


13,133 


3,054,791 


3,008,634 


46,157 


112.20 


196.13 


33.42 


— 


115,841 


113,399 


2,442 


118.44 


197.03 


35.85 


— 


696,505 


689,928 


6,577 


112.37 


197.65 


33.14 


— 


202,088 


200,596 


1,492 


118.44 


200.43 


34.96 


2,485 


843,489 


831,649 


11,840 


111.97 


198.26 


32.86 





461,109 


454,045 


7,064 


118.44 


200.23 


35.01 


— 


791,432 


778,164 


13,268 


111.36 


196.53 


33.00 


585 


496,307 


493,726 


2,581 


117.79 


195.06 


36.10 


— 


17,341,621 


17,204,729 


136,892 


110.40 


195.68 


32.81 


— 


3,154,000 


3,110,020 


43,980 


111.36 


198.04 


32.67 





810,246 


796,597 


13,649 


118.44 


199.19 


35.27 


259 


359,733 


352,831 


6,902 


118.58 


198.57 


35.50 


— 


308,577 


304,844 


3,733 


111.36 


192.62 


33.90 


— 


96,458 


95,836 


622 


115.49 


180.57 


39.68 


1,487 


1,173,624 


1,168,449 


5,175 


111.61 


197.53 


32.88 



see notes on page 57 



64 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Halton Hills 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kanata 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener- Wilmot.. 

L'orignal 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lincoln 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 



kW 

17,409.0 

134,961.6 

2,706.0 

47,644.8 

787,440.6 

12.048.0 
3,090.6 
3,948.7 
1,475.2 
1,677.2 

27.500.2 
15.822.5 

2,636.3 
265.1 

6,837.7 

12.560.5 
3.379.2 
1,187.3 

31.868.4 
8.486.4 

4,749.3 

14,899.2 

729.5 

10,876.6 

94,208.7 

6,551.1 

365.4 

234,526.6 

2,602.4 

4,171.7 

1 .209.2 

1 .065.0 

1 ,258.2 

511.4 

17,817.5 

4.449.0 

25.196.8 

10.299.2 

350.055.8 

2,136.1 



kW.h '000 
103,366.7 
830,306.6 
15,956.0 
288,972.6 
5,395,898.2 

66,447.4 
18,899.2 
20.170.8 
8.966.5 
10.042.1 

167.250.7 
88,977.1 
13,477.3 
1.243.1 
42,230.2 

75.404.7 
20.671.6 
6.912.7 
195.944.2 
50,494.5 

27,457.9 

93,997.2 

4,088.6 

62,929.7 

589,211.7 

38.093.5 

2.030.4 

1,463,083.9 

14,895.4 

23,973.3 

6.283.1 
6.175.2 
7.519.7 
3.161.4 
106,851.3 

25,054.4 

155,112.9 

58,321.1 

2.163.774.6 

12.481.6 



1,831,424 

14,197,961 

284,674 

5,012.231 
82,838,753 

1,267.452 
325.132 
415,406 
155,193 
176,441 

2.893,016 
1.664,531 

277,336 
27,884 

719,326 

1,321.366 
355.489 
124.902 

3,352.553 
892,769 

499.627 

1 ,567.396 

76.743 

1,144.213 

9,910,758 

689,179 

38,435 

24,672,198 

273,772 

438,866 

127.208 
112,041 
132,366 
53.799 
1 .874,404 

468.031 

2,650,701 

1,083,476 

36.825,872 

224.717 



$ 

1,478,145 

1 1 ,873,384 

228,172 

4,132,310 
77,161,344 

950,199 
270,259 
288,444 
128,221 
143,602 

2,391 .685 
1 ,272.373 

192.725 
17,778 

603,892 

1 .078,289 
295,604 
98,852 

2,802,002 
722,073 

392.649 

1,344.161 

58.467 

899.895 
8.425.727 

544.738 

29,035 

20,922.100 

213.004 

342.820 

89.850 
88,305 
107,532 
45.209 
1 .527,974 

358.278 

2.218.116 

833.992 

30.941 .977 

178.487 



$ 

107.182 

819,344 

16,262 

293,358 

4,592,735 

73,983 
19,039 
23,881 
8,851 
10,331 

165,873 

97,467 

16,240 

1.591 

42,120 

77,373 
20.526 
7,124 
154.436 
52.276 

29.256 
2.384 
4,494 

67.000 
580,325 

40.082 
2.192 
189.814 
15.614 
25.030 

7.255 
6,390 
7,549 
3,150 
109.756 

27.406 

155.212 

63,443 

2.156.344 

12.817 



see notes on page 57 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



65 





Total 
Amount 
Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


s 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


3,419,344 


3,353,635 


65,709 


111.51 


196.41 


33.08 


— 


26,890,689 


26,759,911 


130,778 


111.27 


199.25 


32.39 


2,431 


( 549,955 


546,100 


3,855 


118.91 


203.23 


34.47 


— 


9,443,949 


9,349,668 


94,281 


111.48 


198.22 


32.68 


— 


164,592,832 


162,924,636 


1,668,196 


111.03 


209.02 


30.50 


31,379 


2,333,559 


2,331,048 


2,511 


114.82 


193.69 


35.12 


1,690 


616,120 


609,576 


6,544 


111.91 


199.35 


32.60 


338 


748,095 


740,094 


8,001 


116.40 


189.45 


37.09 


— 


302,945 


298,193 


4,752 


118.44 


205.36 


33.79 


— 


330,374 


324,936 


5,438 


111.36 


196.98 


32.90 


849 


5,451 ,423 


5,417,618 


33,805 


111.26 


198.23 


32.59 


— 


3,034,371 


3,018,016 


16,355 


111.36 


191.78 


34.10 


760 


487,061 


485,470 


1,591 


111.65 


184.75 


36.14 


— 


49,172 


48,492 


680 


118.44 


185.51 


39.55 


— 


1,365,338 


1 ,353,261 


12,077 


111.36 


199.68 


32.33 





2,477,028 


2,439,326 


37,702 


111.36 


197.21 


32.85 


— 


684,718 


687,483 


(2,765) 


115.15 


202.63 


33.12 


— 


239,474 


236,374 


3,100 


118.44 


201.70 


34.64 


— 


6,310,321 


6,232,083 


78,238 


110.09 


198.01 


32.20 


— 


1,667,118 


1,656,086 


11,032 


111.36 


196.45 


33.02 


861 


922,393 


913,282 


9,111 


111.54 


194.22 


33.59 


— 


2,913,941 


2,886,159 


27,782 


105.36 


195.58 


31.00 


— 


139,704 


137,885 


1,819 


111.36 


191.51 


34.17 


5,429 


2,116,537 


2,072,485 


44,052 


111.86 


194.60 


33.63 


— 


18,916,810 


18,786,672 


130,138 


111.36 


200.80 


32.11 


9,026 


1 ,295,387 


1,274,553 


20,834 


114.58 


197.73 


34.01 


— 


72,308 


70,509 


1,799 


118.44 


197.91 


35.61 


— 


45,811,538 


45,565,078 


246,460 


106.13 


195.34 


31.31 


— 


521,231 


513,291 


7,940 


118.44 


200.29 


34.99 


— 


836,919 


830,276 


6,643 


118.44 


200.62 


34.91 





233,068 


231,631 


1,437 


118.44 


192.75 


37.09 


— 


214,447 


209,142 


5,305 


118.44 


201.35 


34.73 


1,306 


257,862 


253,211 


4,651 


119.48 


204.94 


34.29 


— 


102,158 


101,384 


774 


111.36 


199.76 


32.31 


2,616 


3,514,750 


3,496,306 


18,444 


111.51 


197.26 


32.89 


839 


854,554 


851,446 


3,108 


111.55 


192.08 


34.11 


— 


5,024,029 


4,994,336 


29,693 


111.36 


199.39 


32.39 


1,125 


1,982,036 


1,980,499 


1,537 


111.47 


192.45 


33.98 


— 


69,924,193 


69,530,135 


394,058 


111.36 


199.75 


32.32 


— 


431,486 


423,611 


7,875 


118.44 


202.00 


34.57 



see notes on page 57 



66 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Lucknow 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-On-The-Lake 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 



kW 

1,717.8 

2,247.9 

324.8 

2,714.4 

135,778.2 

1,874.6 
314.6 
1,679.8 
1 ,299.6 
1,055.1 

7,012.8 

697.7 

24,456.4 

1,229.7 

1,261.3 

46,016.8 

2,047.0 

568,105.0 

5,463.2 

881.0 

4,241.7 
1,244.5 
5,889.4 
8,122.8 
116,400.6 

610.5 

651.1 

501.2 

23,654.7 

36,944.5 

87,975.9 

16,420.0 

2,748.4 

75,388.7 

793,704.1 

2,863.2 

1,610.1 

167,495.9 

660.2 

1,216.5 



kW.h '000 

9,596.1 

12,542.8 

1,781.1 

15,001.6 

799,053.4 

11,281.7 
1,718.1 
9,931.2 
7,414.6 
6,251.7 

40,770.9 

3,862.9 

145,217.8 

7,108.1 

7,410.6 

294,108.7 

11,082.4 

3,635,164.6 

29,039.2 

4,242.4 

23,930.4 

7,390.7 

33,345.2 

47,378.8 

712,914.9 

3,216.7 

3,619.9 

2,790.7 

140,721.4 

223,884.6 

555,118.7 

100,138.8 

17,655.3 

476,190.1 

4,909,194.1 

16,579.9 
9,586.3 
1,135,351.9 
3,839.4 
7,234.4 



$ 
180,716 
236,481 
34,168 
285,558 
14,283,865 

197,211 
33,095 
176,715 
136,721 
110,991 

737,742 

73,396 

2,572,810 

129,363 

132,690 

4,840,970 

215,344 

59,764,643 

574,724 

92,677 

446,229 
130,921 
619,562 
854,513 
12,245,344 

64,228 

68,490 

52,723 

2,488,469 

3,886,558 

9,255,065 

1,727,387 

289,132 

7,930,895 

83,497,678 

301 ,207 
169,386 
17,620,565 
69,453 
127,979 



$ 
137,224 
179,362 
25,470 
214,524 
11,426,464 

161,328 
24,570 
142,018 
106,030 
89,399 

583,024 
55,241 
2,076,616 
101,646 
105,972 

4,205,754 

158,480 

51,982,855 

415,262 

60,668 

342,205 
105,687 
476,836 
677,517 
10,194,683 

46,000 

51,765 

39,907 

2,012,317 

3,201,551 

7,938,197 
1,431,986 

252,471 

6,809,520 

70,201 ,477 

237,093 

137,086 

16,235,534 

54,903 

103,453 



$ 
10,307 
13,673 
2,001 
16,720 
813,948 

11,415 
1,888 

10,348 
7,798 
6,331 

43,199 

4,186 

150,601 

7,378 

7,568 

283,464 

12,282 

3,499,527 

33,653 

5,286 

25,485 

7,467 

36,278 

49,739 

501,386 

3,663 

3,907 

3,007 

145,468 

227,548 

541,782 

101,147 

16,560 

464,394 

4,349,382 

17,229 
9,661 
1,031,695 
3,961 
7,299 



see notes on page 57 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



67 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


340,684 


335,361 


5,323 


118.44 


198.32 


35.50 


— 


437,365 


431,316 


6,049 


114.77 


194.56 


34.87 


— 


61,639 


61,228 


411 


111.36 


189.78 


34.61 


— 


516,802 


507,569 


9,233 


111.36 


190.39 


34.45 


— 


26,524,277 


26,166,633 


357,644 


111.19 


195.35 


33.19 


1,392 


377,379 


370,800 


6,579 


115.25 


201.31 


33.45 


— 


61,831 


60,473 


1,358 


118.44 


196.54 


35.99 


— 


329,081 


323,958 


5,123 


111.36 


195.90 


33.14 


— 


259,958 


258,147 


1,811 


118.44 


200.02 


35.06 


— 


214,360 


210,720 


3,640 


118.44 


203.18 


34.29 


8,880 


1,372,845 


1,365,747 


7,098 


112.63 


195.76 


33.67 


— 


137,874 


135,208 


2,666 


118.44 


197.62 


35.69 


269 


4,802,549 


4,753,097 


49,452 


111.46 


196.37 


33.07 


— 


247,290 


244,719 


2,571 


118.44 


201.10 


34.79 


— 


255,362 


249,237 


6,125 


118.44 


202.46 


34.46 





9,330,188 


9,267,658 


62,530 


111.36 


202.76 


31.72 


2,406 


403,332 


400,325 


3,007 


119.62 


197.04 


36.39 


— 


115,247,025 


114,330,682 


916,343 


111.36 


202.86 


31.70 


2,270 


1,025,909 


1,020,626 


5,283 


111.78 


187.79 


35.33 


— 


165,009 


164,121 


888 


118.44 


187.31 


38.89 


601 


843,653 


832,260 


11,393 


118.22 


198.89 


35.25 


— 


253,085 


249,647 


3,438 


118.44 


203.36 


34.24 


1,924 


1,134,600 


1,122,720 


11,880 


111.69 


192.65 


34.03 


11,628 


1,606,844 


1,604,719 


2,125 


114.41 


197.82 


33.91 


— 


22,947,712 


22,778,798 


168,914 


109.56 


197.14 


32.19 


_ 


118,311 


115,643 


2,668 


118.44 


193.78 


36.78 


— 


128,876 


127,947 


929 


118.44 


197.95 


35.60 


— 


99,266 


99,429 


(163) 


118.44 


198.07 


35.57 


4,993 


4,662,344 


4,620,509 


41,835 


112.03 


197.10 


33.13 


— 


7,317,026 


7,260,350 


56,676 


111.40 


198.05 


32.68 


— 


17,741,813 


17,604,970 


136,843 


111.44 


201.67 


31.96 


— 


3,260,520 


3,214,305 


46,215 


111.36 


198.57 


32.56 


— 


574,873 


571,754 


3,119 


117.31 


209.17 


32.56 


— 


15,204,809 


15,030,681 


174,128 


111.36 


201.69 


31.93 


— 


158,048,537 


157,413,465 


635,072 


110.68 


199.13 


32.19 


3,262 


577,239 


571 ,848 


5,391 


118.80 


201.61 


34.82 


— 


327,790 


325,879 


1,911 


118.44 


203.58 


34.19 


— 


34,891,363 


34,799,770 


91,593 


111.38 


208.31 


30.73 


— 


133,097 


131,144 


1,953 


118.44 


201.60 


34.67 


— 


247,538 


245,631 


1,907 


118.44 


203.48 


34.22 



see notes on page 57 



68 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Point Edward.... 

Port Burwell 

Port Colbourne . 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll ... 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill .. 
Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 



kW 

18,714.1 

31,677.4 

217,959.4 

575,810.2 

33,773.7 

1 ,762.6 
2,463.8 
8.618.2 
2,311.3 
10,761.8 

2,839.4 
19,275.2 

8,600.5 
13,503.5 
98,051.7 

5,108.9 
53,295.5 
6.543.8 
1 ,475.5 
8,145.2 

606.0 

28,775.7 
4,157.7 
1 1 ,698.3 
25,533.5 

2,412.7 

678.7 

2,140.6 

7,242.0 

175.7 

1,597.1 
1,152.6 

12,454.7 

54,594.1 

3,929.0 

1,066.4 
5,859.0 
1,401.6 
1,132.5 
377.3 



kW.h '000 
115,205.9 
173,064.9 
1 ,362,704.9 
3,602,242.7 
209,694.4 

9,894.0 
14,651.0 
50,446.2 
13,501.5 
60,461.9 

16,194.6 
87,205.1 
51,579.0 
74,770.3 
600,047.4 

30,201.5 
326,750.3 
39,057.0 
8,226.4 
39,953.5 

3,597.0 
178,793.9 
25,752.5 
68,441.3 
153,620.8 

13,355.6 
3,999.2 
13,285.0 
39.791.7 
895.5 

9,182.0 

6,515.1 

68,251.1 

328,342.2 

22,342.6 

6,075.4 
34,130.4 
8,289.4 
6,275.6 
2.043.4 



S 

1 ,968.728 

3.332,458 

22,92'.' 334 

60,575,237 

3.552,991 

185.422 
259.195 
906,630 
243,149 
1,132,139 

298,700 
2,027,755 

904,773 
1,420,564 
10,315,037 

537,453 
5,606,687 
688.412 
155,223 
856,875 

63,750 

3,027,205 

437,387 

1 ,230,659 

2,686,127 

253,813 

71.402 

225,191 

761.857 

18,484 

168,018 

121,252 

1,310,230 

5,743,300 

413,330 

112,184 
616,365 
147,448 
119,142 
39,692 



S 

1 ,647,446 

2,474,830 

19,486.680 

51,512,071 

2,998,630 

141,484 
209,509 
721 ,381 
193,071 
864,607 

231 ,584 
1 ,247,033 

737,581 
1,069,215 
8,580,679 

431,881 
4,672,531 
558,515 
117,639 
571,335 

51,439 

2,556,753 

368,262 

978,712 

2,196,779 

190,985 

57,190 

189,976 

569,021 

12,806 

131,304 
93,167 
975,991 
4,695,295 
319,499 

86,878 
488,066 
118,538 
89,741 
29,222 



$ 

115,279 

195,132 

1 ,342,557 

3,070,087 

208,046 

10.858 
15.177 
53.088 
14,238 
66,293 

17.490 
118.735 
52,979 
83,182 
603,998 

31,462 
328,300 
40,310 
8,853 
49,572 

3,636 

177,210 
25,611 
72,062 

157.286 

14.476 

4.072 

13,187 

44,611 

1,054 

9,583 
7,100 

76,721 
336,160 

24,203 

6,398 
35,154 
8,410 
6,795 
2.324 



see notes on page 57 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



69 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


3,731,453 


3,703,083 


■■28,370 


;il.36 


199.39 


32.39 


— 


6,002,420 


5,914,571 


87,849 


111.36 


189.49 


34.68 


— 


43,761,874 


43,145,579 


616,295 


111.37 


200.78 


32.11 


— 


115,160,059 


114,698,129 


461,930 


110.54 


200.00 


31.97 


— 


6,759,667 


6,696,209 


63,458 


111.36 


200.15 


32.24 





337,764 


331,205 


6,559 


111.36 


191.63 


34.14 


— 


483,881 


479,675 


4,206 


111.36 


196.39 


33.03 


— 


1,681,099 


1 ,675,848 


5,251 


111.36 


195.06 


33.32 


364 


450,822 


442,925 


7,897 


111.52 


195.05 


33.39 


963 


2,064,002 


2,046,650 


17,352 


111.45 


191.79 


34.14 


596 


548,370 


544,095 


4,275 


111.57 


193.13 


33.86 


— 


3,393,523 


3,322,530 


70,993 


111.36 


176.06 


38.91 


6,559 


1,701,892 


1,682,199 


19,693 


112.12 


197.88 


33.00 


— 


2,572,961 


2,554,060 


18,901 


111.36 


190.54 


34.41 


— 


19,499,714 


19,409,302 


90,412 


111.36 


198.87 


32.50 


1,011 


1,002,185 


992,187 


9,998 


111.63 


196.17 


33.18 


— 


10,607,518 


10,449,624 


157,894 


111.36 


199.03 


32.46 


483 


1,287,720 


1,277,404 


10,316 


111.43 


196.78 


32.97 


— 


292,398 


286,078 


6,320 


118.44 


198.17 


35.54 


— 


1,505,023 


1 ,491 ,776 


13,247 


114.63 


184.77 


37.67 


169 


123,381 


121,747 


1,634 


118.72 


203.60 


34.30 


— 


5,763,354 


5,695,240 


68,114 


111.43 


200.29 


32.23 


5,273 


836,533 


832,256 


4,277 


112.63 


201.20 


32.48 


— 


2,281 ,433 


2,242,678 


38,755 


111.36 


195.02 


33.33 


9,631 


5,049,823 


5,017,033 


32,790 


111.74 


197.77 


32.87 


1,834 


478,576 


472,025 


6,551 


119.20 


198.36 


35.83 


— 


137,578 


136,712 


866 


118.44 


202.70 


34.40 


4,283 


432,637 


425,270 


7,367 


113.36 


202.11 


32.57 


1,842 


1,377,331 


1,380,058 


(2,727) 


111.61 


190.19 


34.61 


— 


33,616 


32,913 


703 


118.44 


191.33 


37.54 


601 


321,069 


317,080 


3,989 


118.82 


201 .03 


34.97 


913 


222,432 


221,646 


786 


112.15 


192.98 


34.14 


— 


2,362,942 


2,317,013 


45,929 


111.36 


189.72 


34.62 


— 


10,781,100 


10,699,797 


81 ,303 


111.47 


197.48 


32.83 


— 


757,032 


751,811 


5,221 


111.36 


192.68 


33.88 


_ 


213,181 


210,422 


2,759 


118.44 


199.91 


35.09 


— 


1,182,004 


1,149,031 


32,973 


118.44 


201.74 


34.63 


— 


284,544 


276,725 


7,819 


118.44 


203.01 


34.33 


— 


223,877 


221,572 


2,305 


118.44 


197.68 


35.67 


— 


71 ,238 


70,308 


930 


111.36 


188.81 


34.86 



see notes on page 57 



70 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 

14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Scugog 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Dumfries 

South River 

South- West Oxford.. 
Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sundridge 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. ... 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

see notes on page 57 



kW 

2,164.3 

13,231.3 

94,299.7 

566,073.5 

3,049.4 

6,351.9 
3,091.3 
3,969.7 
24,087.6 
4,494.6 

16,767.1 
1,529.2 
1,648.2 
3,524.1 
5,365.9 

490.9 

248,390.5 

2.877.0 

6,810.3 

40,800.6 

3,096.7 
2,619.3 

50,826.7 
47,035.3 

12,132.4 

8,180.9 
115,194.8 
1,594.8 
1,350.8 
7,261.2 

1 ,844.4 
3,941.9 
1 ,442.4 
1,034.9 
2.291.1 

2,769.3 

436.3 

642.5 

21,324.0 

168,032.7 



kW.h '000 

11,675.3 

71,277.0 

657,628.5 

3,575,817.8 

18,734.1 

37,160.9 
17,705.1 
23.528.9 
147,239.6 
27,494.6 

93,011.8 
9,206.4 
9,255.2 
22,780.2 
31,753.6 

2,708.1 

1,518,187.0 

15,194.6 

40,000.9 

246,335.4 

18.068.6 
14,970.0 

307,073.3 
278,882.0 
69,885.8 

49,636.7 

729,960.5 

9,098.4 

8,159.3 

41,515.4 

10,747.0 
23,933.3 

7.565.7 
6,097.8 
13,591.2 

16,652.7 

2,300.0 

3,559.1 

142,460.3 

1.055,927.3 



$ 

227,682 

1 ,391 ,933 

9,920,329 

59,550,938 

320.796 

668,224 
325,209 
417,610 
2,534,019 
472,835 

1,763,899 
160,875 
173,391 
370,737 
564,496 

51,646 

26,130.683 

302,659 

716,443 

4,292.218 

325,768 

275,552 

5,346,967 

4,948,113 

1 ,276,326 

860,634 
12,118,497 
167,773 
142.102 
763,880 

194,034 
414,686 
151,740 
108,870 
241,025 

291,327 

45,895 

67,595 

2,243,283 

17,677,038 



$ 

166,958 

1,019,263 

9,404,088 

51,134,195 

267,899 

531,402 
253,183 
336,463 
2,105,526 
393,174 

1 ,330,070 
131,653 
132,349 

325,757 
454,078 

38.727 

21,710,074 

217,284 

572,014 

3,522,596 

258,382 

214,07! 

4,391,150 

3.988,014 

999,368 

709,806 
10,438,435 
130,109 
116,678 
593,672 

153.684 
342.248 
108,190 
87,200 
194,356 

238.135 
32.890 
50.895 

2.037,184 
15.099.760 



$ 

12,986 

81,505 

580,886 

3,487,013 

18,484 

39.127 

19,043 

24,453 

148,380 

27,142 

103,286 
9,259 
10,153 
21.709 
33,054 

2,945 

1.297,720 

17.722 

41,952 

251,332 

19,075 

16,135 

313.092 

289,738 

74,735 

50,394 

709,600 

9,824 

8,105 

44.729 

11.133 
24.282 
8,654 
6,209 
14.114 

17,059 

2.618 

3,855 

131,356 

1,035,081 



Allocation of Charges for Power 
FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



71 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


— 


423.296 


412.047 


1 1 .249 


118.44 


195.58 


36.26 


— 


2,492,701 


2,442,578 


50,123 


111.36 


188.39 


34.97 


— 


19.905,303 


20,331.674 


(426,371) 


111.36 


211.09 


30.27 


— 


114,172,146 


113.679,502 


492,644 


111.36 


201.69 


31.93 


1,970 


622.708 


615.296 


7,412 


116.35 


204.21 


33.24 


1.044 


1 ,239,797 


1,228,304 


1 1 ,493 


111.52 


195.18 


33.36 


1,235 


598.670 


593,076 


5,594 


111.76 


193.66 


33.81 


4,069 


782,595 


777.903 


4,692 


112.38 


197.14 


33.26 


21,654 


4,809,579 


4.773,356 


36,223 


112.26 


199.67 


32.66 


1,416 


919,232 


908,007 


1 1 ,225 


117.04 


204.52 


33.43 


856 


3.198,111 


3,192,108 


6,003 


111.41 


190.74 


34.38 


731 


309,799 


307,085 


2,714 


116.49 


202.58 


33.65 


— 


315,893 


312,122 


3.771 


111.36 


191.66 


34.13 


597 


718,800 


719,034 


(234) 


111.53 


203.97 


31.55 


667 


1,052,295 


1 ,029,707 


22,588 


111.48 


196.11 


33.14 


157 


97,029 


94,981 


2,048 


118.76 


197.64 


35.83 


— 


49.138,477 


48,607,883 


530,594 


110.42 


197.83 


32.37 


— 


537,665 


526,261 


1 1 ,404 


111.36 


186.88 


35.39 


— 


1 .330,409 


1,312.493 


17,916 


111.36 


195.35 


33.26 


— 


8.066.146 


7,989.517 


76,629 


111.36 


197.70 


32.74 





603.225 


592.662 


10,563 


111.36 


194.80 


33.39 


— 


505,758 


500,763 


4,995 


111.36 


193.09 


33.78 


— 


10,051,209 


9,978,769 


72,440 


111.36 


197.75 


32.73 


— 


9.225,865 


9,158,510 


67,355 


111.36 


196.15 


33.08 


9,700 


2,360,129 


2.330,273 


29.856 


112.16 


194.53 


33.77 


5.274 


1.626,108 


1,607,105 


19,003 


112.00 


198.77 


32.76 


— 


23.266,532 


23.039,893 


226,639 


111.36 


201.98 


31.87 


— 


307,706 


304.767 


2.939 


111.36 


192.94 


33.82 


— 


276,665 


273,800 


2.865 


118.44 


204.82 


33.91 


4.694 


1 .406.975 


1,386,857 


20,118 


112.01 


193.77 


33.89 





369.190 


363.979 


5,211 


116.84 


200.16 


34.35 


— 


781,216 


770.277 


10,939 


111.36 


198.18 


32.64 


— 


279.027 


278,857 


170 


118.44 


193.45 


36.88 


— 


209.772 


208.274 


1,498 


118.44 


202.70 


34.40 


3.170 


452,665 


449,327 


3,338 


112.74 


197.57 


33.31 





546,521 


531,355 


15,166 


111.36 


197.35 


32.82 


33 


84,595 


83.238 


1 .357 


118.52 


193.91 


36.78 


— 


126.997 


125.595 


1,402 


118.44 


197.65 


35.68 


— 


4.411,823 


4,404,778 


7,045 


111.36 


206.89 


30.97 


— 


33.811.879 


33,922.729 


(110.850)- 


111.36 


201.22 


32.02 



see notes on page 57 



72 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 

14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterford 

Waterloo- Wellesley- Woolwich 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellington 

West Lincoln 

West Lome 

Westminister Twp 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Whitchurch-Stouffville 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zorra 



kW 

7,326.7 

19,830.9 

1,284,688.0 

3,048.8 
33,303.2 

2,831.9 
5,060.7 
2,719.7 
92,828.1 
1,523.2 

9,597.3 

27,837.1 
494.9 
888.3 

10,842.8 

2,673.2 

123,203.1 

2,199.3 

986.2 

644.4 

64,085.4 
1,635.1 
1,525.9 
2,429.4 
2,425.6 

1,220.8 
1,943.7 
52,085.7 
8,544.0 
3,411.1 

462.0 

5,205.6 

420.5 

368,386.4 



46,519.1 

783.6 

1,945.4 

131,320.3 

3,765.1 



kW.h '000 

40,399.4 

109,971.0 

8,181,992.5 

17,742.4 

209,385.8 

15,664.5 
28,282.0 
15,387.4 
540,457.7 
8,876.6 

54,997.7 

170,202.6 

2,900.5 

5,134.9 

60,949.0 

15,464.6 
744,928.5 
1 1 ,802.7 
5.803.9 
3,652.2 

361,007.1 
9,471.9 
8,447.9 
13,466.1 
13,700.9 

7,105.5 
10,597.5 
328,479.3 
52,163.7 
20,332.3 

2,458.6 

31,541.9 

2,032.9 

2,359,345.3 
51,012.1 

270,514.0 
4,495.5 

11,132.5 
864,356.7 

23,063.1 



$ 

770,765 

2,086,214 

135,149,187 

320,729 

3,503,496 

297,918 
532,380 
286,109 
9,765,515 
160,241 

1 ,009,633 

2,928,464 

52,067 

93,452 

1,140,660 

281 ,225 
12,960,969 
231,370 
103,749 
67,790 

6.741,784 
172,011 
160,528 

255,570 
255,177 

128,426 
204,473 
5,479,413 
898,833 
358,848 

48,601 
547,627 

44,231 

38,754,255 

935,207 

4,893,814 

82,434 

204,651 

13,814,896 

396,093 



$ 

577,713 

1,572,585 

117,002,494 

253,718 

2,994,218 

224,002 
404,434 
220,041 
7,728,545 
126,935 

786,469 

2,433,899 

41 ,477 

73,431 

871 ,571 

221,144 

10,652,478 

168,779 

82,997 

52,228 

5,162,402 
135.448 
120,805 
192,565 
195,923 

101,610 
151.546 
4,697.255 
745,942 
290,752 

35,158 
451,051 

29,070 

33,738,638 

729.474 

3,868,350 

64,286 

159,195 

12,360,302 

329,804 



$ 

45,091 

121,911 

6,906,626 

18,781 

205,148 

17,444 
31.174 
16,318 
571,607 
9,139 

59,120 

171.477 

2,969 

5,330 

66,672 

16,082 
223,484 

13,511 
5,917 
3,969 

373,415 
9,811 
9,155 
14,965 
14,760 

7,325 
11,694 
320,848 
52,631 
21,013 

2,772 
31 ,804 

2,590 

2,145,132 

54,761 

286,558 
4,702 

11,672 
808,933 

22,772 



see notes on page 57 



Allocation of Charges for Power 
FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



73 





Total 












Amount 












Charged 










Special 


for 




Balance 


Demand 


Total Amount 


Facilities 


Primary 


Amounts 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Charged for 


(Note 3) 


Power 


Billed 


or Charged 


(Note 5) 


Power 














Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ ! 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kW.h 


1,513 


1 ,396,965 


1,371,068 


25,897 


111.82 


190.67 


34.58 


5,236 


3,797,133 


3,766,883 


30,250 


112.18 


191.48 


34.53 


20,133 


259,078,440 


257,258,765 


1,819,675 


110.59 


201.67 


31.66 


— 


593,228 


586,041 


7,187 


111.36 


194.58 


33.44 


— 


6,702,862 


6,628,326 


74,536 


111.36 


201.27 


32.01 





539,364 


533,223 


6,141 


111.36 


190.46 


34.43 


3,413 


971 ,401 


964,760 


6,641 


112.03 


191.95 


34.35 


— 


542,159 


532,012 


10,147 


118.44 


199.35 


35.23 


8,906 


18,084,257 


17,869,003 


215,254 


111.56 


194.81 


33.46 


— 


307,343 


298,568 


8,775 


118.44 


201.77 


34.62 


16,380 


1,871,602 


1 ,854,342 


17,260 


113.07 


195.01 


34.03 


10,468 


5,544,308 


5,458,087 


86,221 


111.74 


199.17 


32.57 


— 


100,096 


97,695 


2,401 


118.44 


202.24 


34.51 


— 


178,644 


175,970 


2,674 


118.44 


201.10 


34.79 


— 


2,084,330 


2,037,798 


46,532 


111.85 


192.23 


34.20 


1,885 


537,766 


532,701 


5,065 


118.44 


201.17 


34.77 


— 


23,837,246 


23,690,021 


147,225 


107.02 


193.48 


32.00 


91 


415,407 


411,284 


4,123 


112.14 


188.88 


35.20 


— 


199,803 


194,796 


5,007 


118.44 


202.60 


34.43 


— 


123,987 


121,859 


2,128 


111.36 


192.41 


33.95 





12,277,601 


12,255,741 


21,860 


111.03 


191.58 


34.01 


— 


329,108 


324,771 


4,337 


118.44 


201 .28 


34.75 


— 


301,536 


301,252 


284 


118.44 


197.61 


35.69 


— 


463,100 


456,846 


6,254 


111.36 


190.63 


34.39 


1,068 


475,185 


468,865 


6,320 


115.13 


195.90 


34.68 





246,200 


240,978 


5,222 


118.44 


201.67 


34.65 


— 


380,327 


374,338 


5,989 


117.71 


195.68 


35.89 


— 


10,497,516 


10,395,367 


102,149 


111.36 


201.54 


31.96 


2,286 


1,699,692 


1,682,631 


17,061 


111.63 


198.93 


32.58 


142 


670,755 


663,372 


7,383 


111.40 


196.64 


32.99 





89,876 


88,411 


1,465 


118.44 


194.54 


36.56 


3,087 


1,045,456 


1,038,688 


6,768 


114.19 


200.83 


33.14 


— 


75,891 


73,953 


1,938 


111.36 


180.50 


37.33 


— 


74,638,025 


73,476,205 


1,161,820 


111.02 


202.61 


31.64 


— 


1,719,442 


1,680,362 


39,080 


111.36 


193.42 


33.71 





9,048,722 


8,999,753 


48,969 


111.36 


194.52 


33.45 


— 


157,095 


154,914 


2,181 


118.44 


200.48 


34.94 


176 


389,779 


384,854 


4,925 


118.53 


200.36 


35.01 


— 


26,984,131 


26,868,405 


115,726 


111.36 


205.48 


31.22 


— 


767,752 


756,996 


10,756 


116.32 


203.91 


33.29 



see notes on page 57 



74 



Appendix II — Finance 

STATEMENT OF THE AMOUNTS CHARGED 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases 
of Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 

14.3 Mills 
per kW.h 

(Note 4) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Zurich 

Total Municipal. 



kW 

1,251.2 
1,308,588.4 



kW.h '000 

7,219.5 

70,578,690.0 



$ 
131,626 
189.663.494 



$ 
103,239 
1,009.275.268 



$ 

7,507 
64,604,437 



$ 
9,059 
,666,176 



see notes on page 57 



Allocation of Charges for Power 

FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
December 31, 1983 



75 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Total 
Amount 
Charged 

for 
Primary 

Power 



Amounts 
Billed 



Balance 

(Refunded) 
or Charged 



Demand 
Charge 

(Note 5) 



Total Amount 

Charged for 

Power 



491 ,987 



$ 
251,431 
2,265,701,362 



$ 

248,333 
2,249,281,472 



3,098 
16,419,890 



$ per kW 
118.44 
111.10 



$ per kW 
200.95 
200.35 



Mills 
per kW.h 

34.83 
32.10 



see notes on page 57 



76 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1983 



Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford-Blenheim. 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Brighton 

Brock 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 



$ 
157,354.00 
3,215,890.00 
873,984.00 
199,776.00 
854,687.00 

534,077.00 
128,240.00 
1,586,535.00 
609,233.00 
42,619.00 

95,953.00 

1,597,794.00 

383,219.00 

169,462.00 

910,039.00 

2,219,746.00 

35,255.00 

1,279,153.00 

422,442.00 

7,715,983.00 

185,806.00 
138,412.00 
97,666.00 
221,780.00 
424,725.00 

7,558,606.00 
178,201.00 
387,267.00 
677,923.00 
155,877.00 

240,740.00 
310,605.00 
177,546.00 
372,421.00 
735,343.00 

335,431.00 

21,223,122.00 

16,000,608.00 

2,343,115.00 

61,950.00 

553,515.00 
839,145.00 
5,198,951.00 
221,050.00 
215,547.00 



13,779.00 
393,705.00 
85,842.00 
23,970.00 
84,105.00 

52,994.00 

9,814.00 

143,518.00 

53,765.00 
3,109.00 

6,192.00 
159,559.00 
35,990.00 

87,041.00 

261,605.00 

2,950.00 

100,622.00 

47,670.00 

800,344.00 

21,425.00 
15,603.00 
10,778.00 
18,940.00 
46,440.00 

725,410.00 
13,760.00 
27,631.00 
65,059.00 
12,850.00 

20,566.00 
35,815.00 
14,436.00 
52,203.00 
83,875.00 

36,180.00 

2,640,542.00 

1,187,462.00 

200,264.00 

4,744.00 

53,775.00 
77,833.00 
454,355.00 
15,955.00 
13,234.00 



(169,462.00) 



158,627.00 



$ 
171,133.00 
3,609,595.00 
959,826.00 
223,746.00 
938,792.00 

587,071.00 
138,054.00 
1,730,053.00 
662,998.00 
45,728.00 

102,145.00 

1,757,353.00 

419,209.00 

997,080.00 

2,481,351.00 

38,205.00 

1 ,379,775.00 

470,112.00 

8,674,954.00 

207,231.00 
154,015.00 
108,444.00 
240,720.00 
471,165.00 

8.284,016.00 
191,961.00 
414,898.00 
742,982.00 
168,727.00 

261,306.00 
346,420.00 
191,982.00 
424,624.00 
819,218.00 

371,611.00 

23,863,664.00 

17,188,070.00 

2,543,379.00 

66,694.00 

607,290.00 
916,978.00 
5,653,306.00 
237,005.00 
228,781.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



11 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1983 



Burks Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge-North Dumfries 

Campbellford 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 



208,835.00 

14,359,112.00 

92,148.00 

775,294.00 

407,142.00 

17,203,724.00 

410,034.00 

516,419.00 

240,839.00 

1,252,499.00 

273,810.00 
185,832.00 
127,694.00 
419,952.00 
8,044,566.00 

91 ,322.00 
470,099.00 
469,580.00 
134,363.00 
703,085.00 

182,150.00 
3,307,766.00 
869,985.00 
329,962.00 
201 ,040.00 

3,245,926.00 
143,847.00 
262,020.00 
145,265.00 
101,779.00 

199,887.00 
111,667.00 
946,918.00 
77,041.00 
696,877.00 

379,220.00 
150,810.00 
170,977.00 
611,723.00 
974,451.00 

82,981.00 

285,778.00 

2,930,398.00 

1,156,474.00 

512,918.00 



21,133.00 

1,777,889.00 

9,177.00 

118,779.00 

38,692.00 

1,420,998.00 
54,520.00 
49,030.00 
16,576.00 
96,365.00 

34,229.00 
15,398.00 
13,019.00 
54,612.00 
680,032.00 

7,201.00 

35,022.00 
43,648.00 
10,350.00 
46,564.00 

16,530.00 
292,857.00 
98,336.00 
29,886.00 
19,584.00 

327,861.00 
9,786.00 
27,900.00 
13,650.00 
9,581.00 

18,173.00 

6,766.00 

106,877.00 

6,255.00 

56,258.00 

31 ,679.00 
13,940.00 
13,674.00 
50,507.00 
100,034.00 

6,159.00 

29,181.00 

239,090.00 

75,067.00 

36,217.00 



31,283.00 



154,946.00 

54,440.00 
8,376.00 



$ 
229,968.00 
16,137,001.00 
101,325.00 
894,073.00 
445,834.00 

18,624,722.00 

464,554.00 

565,449.00 

257,415.00 

1,348,864.00 

308,039.00 
201 ,230.00 
140,713.00 
474,564.00 
8,755,881.00 

98,523.00 
505,121.00 
513,228.00 
144,713.00 
749,649.00 

198,680.00 
3,755,569.00 
968,321.00 
359,848.00 
275,064.00 

3,582,163.00 
153,633.00 
289,920.00 
158,915.00 
111,360.00 

218,060.00 

118,433.00 

1,053,795.00 

83,296.00 

753,135.00 

410,899.00 
164,750.00 
184,651.00 
662,230.00 
1,074,485.00 

89,140.00 

314,959.00 

3,169,488.00 

1,231,541.00 

549,135.00 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31. 1983 



Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra-Tavistock. 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flamborough 

Flesherton 

Forest 

Frankford 

Georgina 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 

Goderich 

Goulbourne 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Halton Hills 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 



171,143.00 
17,542,755.00 
492,904.00 
162,640.00 
252,881 .00 

63,393.00 
445,517.00 
268,469.00 

27,750.00 
135,561.00 

383.976.00 
735,324.00 
799,916.00 
57,921,628.00 
823,152.00 

255,662.00 

1,818,957.00 

91,597.00 

486,803.00 

146,926.00 

594,662.00 
247,959.00 
493,941.00 
318,489.00 
6,573,959.00 

2,118,438.00 
333,019.00 
234,583.00 
202,302.00 
72,202.00 

856,541.00 

919,703.00 

15,641,408.00 

635,942.00 

5,624,314.00 

120,071,639.00 

1 .639,069.00 

475,972.00 

529,141.00 

174,552.00 

217,692.00 
2,206,199.00 
1,120,350.00 

338,778.00 
38,877.00 



10,305.00 
1,282,514.00 
40,829.00 
16,192.00 
21 ,625.00 

3,945.00 

37,777.00 

32.880.00 

1 ,499.00 

8,003.00 

69,409.00 
85,858.00 
77.509.00 
5,718,134.00 
69,595.00 

37,837.00 

174,052.00 

6,570.00 

39,379.00 

11,267.00 

47,541.00 
25,734.00 
45,001.00 
28,433.00 
990,333.00 

177,964.00 
45,454.00 
20,244.00 
17,902.00 
5,969.00 

66,393.00 
194,538.00 
1,508,141.00 
30,239.00 
532,411.00 

8,799,330.00 

134.632.00 

34,536.00 

44,125.00 

16,485.00 

18,742.00 
307,303.00 
176,810.00 

29,459.00 
2,962.00 



(27,750.00) 



863.195.00 



(49.00) 



181,448.00 
18,825,269.00 
533,733.00 
178,832.00 
274,506.00 

67,338.00 
483,294.00 
301 ,349.00 
1 ,499.00 
143,564.00 

453,385.00 
821.182.00 
877,425.00 
63,639,762.00 
892,747.00 

293,499.00 
1 ,993,009.00 
98.167.00 
526.182.00 
158,193.00 

642.203.00 
273,693.00 
538,942.00 
346,922.00 
7.564,292.00 

2,296,402.00 
378,473.00 
254,827.00 
220,204.00 
78,171.00 

922,934.00 

1.977,436.00 

17,149,549.00 

666,181.00 
6,156,725.00 

128,870,969.00 

1.773.701.00 

510.508.00 

573,266.00 

191.037.00 

236,434.00 
2,513,502.00 
1.297.160.00 

368.1 88. (X) 
41^39.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



79 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1983 



Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kanata 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener-Wilmot.. 
L'orignal 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 
Latchford 

Leamington 

Lincoln 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 



1,013,835.00 

2,041,651.00 

434,890.00 

180,401.00 

2,227,635.00 

1,015,079.00 

61 1 ,978.00 

1,294,222.00 

84,890.00 

1,129,186.00 

12,062,627.00 
858,538.00 
42,957.00 

30,219,728.00 
204,726.00 

495,299.00 
145,630.00 
114,381.00 
178,358.00 
55,927.00 

2,298,022.00 

557,465.00 

3,375,312.00 

1 ,41 1 ,356.00 

43,992,543.00 

265,598.00 
296,050.00 
311,068.00 
32,038.00 
293,495.00 

9,469,236.00 

234,888.00 

44,367.00 

169,009.00 

184,742.00 

159,019.00 

1 ,006,928.00 

126,156.00 

164,947.00 

3.247,515.00 

149,627.00 

141,351.00 

3,563,378.00 

374,370.00 

45,704,850.00 



76,409.00 
140,359.00 
37,761.00 
13,267.00 
356,116.00 

94,832.00 
53,072.00 

166,493.00 
8,152.00 

121,541.00 

1 ,052,744.00 
73,206.00 
4,083.00 

2,620,740.00 
29,081.00 

46,617.00 
13,512.00 
1 1 ,901 .00 
14,060.00 
5,715.00 

199,104.00 
49,715.00 
281 ,564.00 
115,089.00 
3,911,732.00 

23,870.00 
19,196.00 
25,120.00 
3,629.00 
30,333.00 

1,517,266.00 

20,948.00 

3,515.00 

18,771.00 

14,523.00 

1 1 ,790.00 
78,365.00 
7,796.00 

273,290.00 

13,741.00 

14,095.00 

514,219.00 

22,874.00 

6,348,343.00 



(164,947.00) 



1 ,090,244.00 

2,182,010.00 

472,651.00 

193,668.00 

2,583,751.00 

1,109,911.00 

665,050.00 

1,460,715.00 

93,042.00 

1,250,727.00 

13,115,371.00 

931,744.00 

47,040.00 

32,840,468.00 
233,807.00 

541,916.00 
159,142.00 
126,282.00 
192,418.00 
61,642.00 

2,497.126.00 

607,180.00 

3,656,876.00 

1 ,526,445.00 

47,904,275.00 

289,468.00 
315,246.00 
336,188.00 
35,667.00 
323,828.00 

10,986,502.00 
255,836.00 
47,882.00 
187,780.00 
199,265.00 

170,809.00 

1,085,293.00 

133,952.00 

3,520,805.00 

163,368.00 

155,446.00 

4,077,597.00 

397,244.00 

52,053,193.00 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1983 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-On-The-Lake 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colbourne 



$ 
745,925.00 
92,301.00 
442,437.00 
153,208.00 
730,078.00 

1,159,357.00 

10,000,420.00 

95,729.00 

40,704.00 

77,445.00 

65,957.00 

3,015,387.00 

3,538,074.00 

11,935,511.00 

687,687.00 

454,059.00 

8,704,353.00 

79,293,125.00 

514,473.00 

209,040.00 

17,280,795.00 

136,251.00 

138,615.00 

1,798,713.00 

3,067,779.00 

25,115,729.00 

61,448,813.00 

4,704,120.00 

215,101.00 

445,745.00 

1,387,904.00 
322,924.00 

1,133,638.00 
343,600.00 

1,428,282.00 

1,070,395.00 
1,585,794.00 
13,222,199.00 
875,998.00 
3,615,519.00 

1,129,674.00 

146,888.00 

1,409,348.00 

83,295.00 

3,213,335.00 



$ 
61,049.00 
9,844.00 
47,400.00 
13,907.00 
65,811.00 

90,768.00 

1,300,730.00 

6,822.00 

7,275.00 

5,600.00 
264,331.00 
412,839.00 
983,095.00 
183,487.00 

30,712.00 

842,439.00 

8,869,322.00 

31,995.00 

17,993.00 

1 ,871 ,698.00 

7,377.00 

13,594.00 

209,123.00 

353,982.00 

2,435,608.00 

6,434,446.00 

377,407.00 

19,696.00 

27,532.00 

96,304.00 
25,828.00 

120,259.00 
31,729.00 

215,393.00 

96,107.00 
150,896.00 
1,095,688.00 
57,090.00 
595,556.00 

73,125.00 
16,488.00 
91,019.00 
6,772.00 
321,557.00 



(40,704.00) 



985,476.00 



806,974.00 
102,145.00 
489,837.00 
167,115.00 
795,889.00 

1,250,125.00 

11,301,150.00 

102,551.00 

84,720.00 

71,557.00 

3,279,718.00 

3,950,913.00 

12,918,606.00 

1,856,650.00 

484,771.00 

9,546,792.00 

88,162,447.00 

546,468.00 

227,033.00 

19,152,493.00 

143,628.00 

152,209.00 

2,007,836.00 

3,421,761.00 

27,551,337.00 

67,883,259.00 

5,081,527.00 

234,797.00 

473,277.00 

1,484,208.00 
348,752.00 

1,253,897.00 
375,329.00 

1,643,675.00 

1,166,502.00 

1,736,690.00 

14,317,887.00 

933,088.00 

4,211,075.00 

1,202,799.00 

163,376.00 

1,500,367.00 

90,067.00 

3,534,892.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



81 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1983 



Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Scugog 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Dumfries 

South River 

South- West Oxford.. 

Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 



590,771.00 

1,034,923.00 

2,886,423.00 

312,932.00 

113,607.00 

411,577.00 

1,097,510.00 

21,577.00 

170,206.00 

190,984.00 

1,224,700.00 

4,531,514.00 

586,601 .00 

155,370.00 

461,343.00 

171,394.00 
180,061.00 
55,688.00 
152,727.00 
1 ,276,546.00 

16,713,903.00 

54,161,159.00 

350,927.00 

652,108.00 

552,176.00 

469,332.00 
2,965,413.00 

559,697.00 
2,389,399.00 

198,200.00 

144,777.00 

644,885.00 

609,188.00 

87,319.00 

29,840,603.00 

271,561.00 

1,559,656.00 

6,148,242.00 

386,045.00 

313,392.00 

5,172,096.00 

7,091,210.00 

1,547,026.00 

842,007.00 

13,811,507.00 



46,460.00 
130,724.00 
285,327.00 

26,961 .00 
7,585.00 

23,920.00 
80,926.00 
1,963.00 
17,847.00 
12,880.00 

139,176.00 

610,067.00 

43,905.00 

11,916.00 

65,472.00 

15,662.00 
12,656.00 
4,216.00 
24,185.00 
147,854.00 

1,053,761.00 

6,325,642.00 

34,076.00 

70,980.00 

34,544.00 

44,360.00 
269,170.00 

50,226.00 
187,366.00 

17,089.00 

18,418.00 

39,381.00 

59,962.00 

5,486.00 

2,775,663.00 

32,149.00 
76,102.00 
455,930.00 
34,604.00 
29,270.00 

567,968.00 
525,600.00 
135,574.00 
91,419.00 
1,287,256.00 



637,231.00 

1,165,647.00 

3,171,750.00 

339,893.00 

121,192.00 

435,497.00 

1,178,436.00 

23,540.00 

188,053.00 

203,864.00 

1,363,876.00 

5,141,581.00 

630,506.00 

167,286.00 

526,815.00 

187,056.00 
192,717.00 
59,904.00 
176,912.00 
1,424,400.00 

17,767,664.00 

60,486,801.00 

385,003.00 

723,088.00 

586,720.00 

513,692.00 
3,234,583.00 

609,923.00 
2,576,765.00 

215,289.00 

163,195.00 

684,266.00 

669,150.00 

92,805.00 

32,616,266.00 

303,710.00 

1,635,758.00 

6,604,172.00 

420,649.00 

342,662.00 

5,740,064.00 

7,616,810.00 

1 ,682,600.00 

933,426.00 

15,098,763.00 



82 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31. 1982 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31. 1983 



Sundridge 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterford 

Waterloo-Wellesley- Woolwich 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellington 

West Lincoln 

West Lome 

Westminister Twp 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Whitchurch-Stouffville 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 



158,488.00 
183.143.00 
741,985.00 
263,998.00 
426,286.00 

250,550.00 
160,289.00 
228,184.00 
278,532.00 
81,956.00 

67,550.00 

3.209,376.00 

34,758,192.00 

865,919.00 

2.188.819.00 

216.749,570.00 

283,183.00 

4.350.605.00 

397.462.00 

651.192.00 

235,570.00 
6.685.262.00 

174,288.00 
1,152,951.00 
3.955,782.00 

70.044.00 

107.884.00 

1.230.924.00 

439,498.00 

12,915,143.00 

381,481.00 

124.578.00 

57,284.00 

8,540,122.00 

222.889.00 

176,364.00 
360,218.00 
313,970.00 
147.664.00 
293,290.00 

5.097.663.00 

863,197.00 

464.583.00 

79.049.00 

555,974.00 



17,821.00 
15.094.00 
81,141.00 
20.611.00 
44,049.00 

16.118.00 
1 1 ,564.00 
25,602.00 
30,945.00 
4,875.00 

7.180.00 

238.287.00 

1.877.697.00 

81.872.00 

221,603.00 

14.355.869.00 

34,069.00 

372.150.00 

31,646.00 

56.551.00 

30,391.00 

1,037.316.00 

17,021.00 

107.246.00 

311.068.00 

5.531.00 

9.927.00 

121.164.00 

29.872.00 

1.376,745.00 

24.577.00 

1 1 ,020.00 

7,201.00 

716.128.00 

18,271.00 

17,052.00 

27,147.00 
27,106.00 
13,642.00 
21.720.00 

582.036.00 

95,476.00 

38.118.00 

5.163.00 

58.170.00 



176,309.00 
198.237.00 
823.126.00 
284.609.00 
470,335.00 

266.668.00 
171.853.00 
253.786.00 
309,477.00 
86,831.00 

74.730.00 

3.447.663.00 

36.635.889.00 

947.791.00 

2.410,422.00 

231,105.439.00 

317.252.00 

4.722.755.00 

429.108.00 

707.743.00 

265.961.00 
7,722.578.00 

191.309.00 
1.260,197.00 
4,266,850.00 

75. 575. (X) 

117.811.00 

1.352.088.00 

469.370.00 

14.291.888.00 

406.058.00 

135.598.00 

64.485.00 

9.256.250.00 

241.160.00 

193.416.00 
387.365.00 
341,076.00 

161.306.00 
315.010.00 

5.679.699.00 

958.673.00 

502.701.00 

84.212.00 

614.144.00 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



83 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1982 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Transfers 
and Adjustments 



Balance at 
December 31, 1983 



Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zorra 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities 



$ 

56,686.00 

47,353,574.00 

981,664.00 

7,019,796.00 

97,739.00 

207,326.00 

20,859,371.00 

451,356.00 

176,572.00 

1,381,571,996.00 



$ 

4,698.00 

4,116,569.00 

99,340.00 

519,833.00 

8,756.00 

21 ,738.00 

1,467,451.00 

42,074.00 

13,982.00 

126,368,884.00 



1,853.431.00 



61 ,384.00 

51,470,143.00 

1,081,004.00 

7,539,629.00 

106,495.00 

229,064.00 

22,326,822.00 

493,430.00 

190,554.00 

1,509.794.311.00 






84 

APPENDIX III - POWER DISTRICT 
RETAIL AND DIRECT CUSTOMERS 

Ontario Hydro provides service to retail and direct customers through the 
Power District operation to customers not served by municipalities or private 
power companies. This operation is viewed as comparable in scope with that of 
a municipal utility. Service to retail customers, including residential, farm, and 
general customers, is administered through 53 Area Offices and service to direct 
customers through the Customer Service Division at head office. The various 
classes of service are described below. 

RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

Residential Service 

Residential service is provided to establishments used primarily for living 
accommodation. It embraces two kinds of service — continuous-occupancy serv- 
ice and intermittent-occupancy service. 

Residential continuous-occupancy service is provided to dwellings considered 
to be customers' permanent residences. There are two classes of continuous- 
occupancy service for rate purposes — class Rl for service in designated zones 
of high customer concentration Where there are at least 100 customers of any 
class in a group with a density of not less than 1 5 customers per kilometre of line, 
and class R2 covering service elsewhere. 

Residential intermittent-occupancy service is provided to any self-contained 
residential establishment which is not regarded as the customer's permanent 
residence and is occupied intermittently throughout the year or part of it. As with 
continuous-occupancy service, there are two classes of intermittent-occupancy 
service for rate purposes, designated R3 and R4 for zones of high and normal 
customer concentrations respectively. 

Farm Service 

The farm class includes single-phase or three-phase electrical service to the 
farm residence and to all buildings and equipment used in the production and 
processing of farm products. In other words, for purposes of classification, a farm 
is a residence and a business. The business, which is agricultural production on 
a continuing basis, must be carried on at such a level as to ensure that the farm 
is a viable economic unit. 



Retail and Direct Customers 



85 



The term "agricultural production," as used here, includes the work of cultivat- 
ing soil, producing crops and raising livestock, as well as operations in nurseries, 
fur farms, hatcheries and egg production. Properties devoted solely to reforestra- 
tion projects or the raising of Christmas trees, or having extensive acreage but 
not engaged in agricultural production are classified according to their uses, but 
not as farms. 

Service may be supplied under one farm service to all separate dwellings located 
on the property and occupied by persons engaged in its operation. Additional 
dwellings occupied by persons otherwise engaged are regarded as residential. 



Retail revenue 

^} residential 

"2 general (under 5,000 kW) 




• 200 



86 Appendix III — Power District 

General Service 

The general class includes services to all community business processing or 
manufacturing establishments, excluding those that fall within the farm class. 
Customers may receive either single-phase or three-pase electrical service at 
secondary, rural primary, or sub-transmission voltage. 

DIRECT CUSTOMERS 

These customers each have a demand exceeding 5000 kW and are served 
directly under individual contracts with Ontario Hydro. Most are located outside 
the service areas of municipal utilities. Where Ontario Hydro provides service 
to a direct customer located within the distribution area of a municipal utility, 
this is done only with the agreement of the utility. At the end of 1983, Ontario 
Hydro provided primary power to 108 direct customers. 



Primary Line and Number of Customers 

PRIMARY LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1983 



87 



Areas by Regions 



Primary 
Line 
Km 



Number of customers 



Residential 



Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 



Intemittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 



Farm 



General 



Total 



Central Region 

Bowmanville . . 

Cobourg 

Fenelon Falls . . 
Newmarket . . . 
Peterborough . . 

Guelph 

Dundas 

TOTAL 

Western Region 

Beachville . . . . 

Clinton 

East Elgin 

Essex 

Kent 

Lambton 

Strathroy . . . . 

Cayuga 

Simcoe 

Lincoln 

TOTAL 

Eastern Region 

Arnprior 

Bancroft 

Brockville 

Cobden 

Frankford . . . . 

Kingston 

Perth 

Picton 

Tweed 

Vankleek Hill . 

Winchester 
TOTAL 



1,103 
1,193 
2,053 
1,672 
2,463 

2,546 
1,040 



6,957 
4,699 
8,756 
18,027 
10,202 

7,348 
11,887 



1,110 
1,439 
7,909 
2,476 
6,731 

1,284 
211 



1,378 
1,483 
2,317 
2,777 
2,379 

4,918 
1,863 



695 

674 
1,133 
2,086 
1,416 

1,175 
1,203 



10,140 
8,295 
20,115 
25,366 
20,728 

14,725 
15,164 



12,070 



67,876 



21,160 



7,115 



8,382 



14,533 



2,843 
2,447 
1,388 
1,834 
2,888 

1,946 

2,622 
1,648 
1,462 
1,120 



8,234 
5,997 
6,580 
14,253 
8,138 

13,136 
6,680 
5,908 
7,459 
8,485 



132 
2,466 

138 
2,101 

1,332 

1,948 

56 

2,233 

1,567 

732 



5,861 
5,535 
3,378 
4,817 
6,438 

3,829 
5,206 
2,888 
3,547 
2,029 



1,414 
1,199 
1,314 
1,787 
1,768 

1,899 

1,269 

921 

965 

1,011 



15,641 
15,197 
11,410 
22,958 
17,676 

20,812 
13,211 
11,950 
13,538 
12,257 



20,198 



84,870 



12,705 



43.528 



3,547 



154,650 



1,201 
1,545 
1,641 

2,548 
1,715 

2,222 
2,989 
1,352 
2,049 
2,076 

2,864 



6,460 

3,604 

8,180 

12,409 

11,297 

18,403 
8,644 
6,951 
5,021 

9,277 

19,137 



1,821 
7,102 
2,473 
3,832 
2,015 

3,953 
6,208 
1,878 
5,969 
1,436 

509 



1,097 
248 
1,913 
1,940 
2,380 

1,960 
2,576 
2,166 
1,26-9 
3,477 

4,817 



796 

511 
1,124 
1,642 

1,237 

2,277 

1,316 

871 

908 

1,329 

2,000 



10,174 
11,465 
13,690 
19,823 
16,929 

26,593 
18,744 
11,866 
13,167 
15,519 

26,463 



22,202 



109,383 



37,196 



23,843 



4,011 



184,433 



88 Appendix III — Power District 

PRIMARY LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1983 





Primary 
Line 
Km 


Number of customers 




Residential 


Farm 


General 




Areas by Regions 


Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 


Intemittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Georgian Bay Region 

Alliston 

Barrie 

Bracebridge 

Huntsville 

Minden 

Orangeville 

Orillia 


1,504 
1,831 
1,800 
1,657 
1,367 

1,863 
1,213 
2,910 
1,639 
1,150 

3,096 


5,233 
13,336 
5,640 
5,248 
3,698 

8,727 
6,850 
8,523 
3,382 
4,995 

6,479 


557 

5,365 

12,921 

7,050 

9,785 

666 

5,870 
9,507 
8,036 
9,644 

3,013 


2,175 

2,408 

135 

191 

191 

2,396 

1,007 

3,801 

101 

572 

6,377 


596 
1,582 
1,128 
1,144 

805 

989 

1,076 

1,551 

826 

898 

1,242 


8,561 
22,691 
19,824 
13,633 
14,479 

12,778 
14,803 
23,382 


Parry Sound 

Penetanguishene 

Walkerton 


12,345 
16,109 

17,111 


TOTAL 


20,030 


72,111 


72,414 


19,354 


11,837 


175,716 


Northeastern Region 

Algoma 

Kapuskasing 

Kirkland Lake 


952 
705 
369 
1,175 
933 

1,375 
1,624 
1,143 
711 
1,120 


9,844 
5,166 
6,012 
3,279 
2,464 

7,209 
6,969 
16,507 
16,563 
4,076 


1,040 
706 
620 

2,033 
663 

747 
2,660 
1,617 

480 
2,358 


126 

44 

6 

524 

290 

961 

255 

123 

49 

431 


1,301 

721 
957 
869 
445 

1,509 
1,102 
1,591 
2,405 
651 


12,311 
6,637 
7,595 




6,705 


Matheson 


3,862 
10,426 


North Bay 

Sudbury 


10,986 
19,838 
19,497 


Warren 


7,516 


TOTAL 


10,107 


78,089 


12,924 


2,809 


11,551 


105,373 


Northwestern Region 

Dryden 

Fort Frances 


1,149 

1,207 

860 

2,198 


5,805 
2,229 
2,521 
10,014 


763 

822 

3,112 

2,975 


82 
658 

25 
182 


1,375 
640 
673 

1,923 


8,025 
4,349 


Kenora 

Thunder Bay 


6,331 
1 5,094 


TOTAL 


5,414 


20,569 


7,672 


947 


4,611 


33,799 


TOTAL RETAIL 


90,021 


432,898 


164,071 


107,596 


63,939 


768,504 



Electricity Sales, Revenue, and Customers 



89 



POWER DISTRICT 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use Per 
Customer 


Per 

kW.h 






kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


c 


Residential 


1973 


3,649,132,400 


66,409,901 


358,542 


883 


1.82 


Continuous 


1974 


4,242,469,500 


83,724,448 


380,431 


957 


1.97 


Occupancy 


1975 


4,587,135,500 


101,039,053 


404,009 


975 


2.20 




1976 


5,423,760,600 


131,427,282 


426,437 


1,089 


2.42 




1977 


5,808,048,700 


179,158,470 


452,265 


1,102 


3.08 




1978 


5,904,562,900 


196,936,328 


445,527 


1,126* 


3.34 




1979 


5,892,631,400 


212,747,044 


434,440 


1,132* 


3.61 




1980 


5,888,096,900 


236,879,454 


429,957 


1,135* 


4.02 




1981 


5,808,757,400 


257,530,560** 


422,262 


1,136* 


4.44 




1982 


5,981,830,600 


289,943,576*** 


426,908 


1,174 


4.85 




1983 


6,006,290,900 


317,101,188*** 


432,898 


1,164 


5.28 


Residential 


1973 


320,235,700 


11,811,664 


153,392 


177 


3.69 


Intermittent 


1974 


368,091,500 


12,869,493 


155,740 


198 


3.50 


Occupancy 


1975 


401,813,700 


15,947,325 


158,718 


213 


3.97 




1976 


442,179,300 


18,457,651 


157,976 


233 


4.17 




1977 


442,048,500 


24,236,873 


159,147 


232 


5.48 




1978 


431,715,700 


25,903,387 


160,139 


225* 


6.00 




1979 


453,115,800 


29,259,090 


160,495 


231* 


6.46 




1980 


449,596,600 


32,205,995 


161,355 


232* 


7.16 




1981 


487,495,900 


36,932,597 


163,046 


250* 


7.58 




1982 


508,166,800 


41,015,076 


163,741 


259 


8.07 




1983 


484,388,000 


44,115,613 


164,071 


246 


9.11 


Farm 


1973 


1,789,115,400 


33,487,121 


124,312 


1,194 


1.87 




1974 


1,896,050,300 


38,980,395 


123,542 


1,275 


2.06 




1975 


1,958,186,300 


43,902,833 


122,554 


1,326 


2.24 




1976 


2,064,034,800 


50,723,625 


120,911 


1,413 


2.46 




1977 


2,097,367,400 


63,345,233 


118,050 


1,463 


3.02 




1978 


2,105,581,500 


67,661,810 


115,019 


1,523* 


3.21 




1979 


2,197,378,300 


75,197,986 


112,786 


1,602* 


3.42 




1980 


2,247,550,700 


83,959,051 


1 1 1 ,462 


1,665* 


3.74 




1981 


2,298,139,200 


94,466,190** 


110,245 


1,728* 


4.11 




1982 


2,322,291,800 


104,503,701*** 


109,516 


1,761 


4.50 




1983 


2,321,935,300 


113,113,690*** 


107,596 


1,782 


4.87 


General 


1973 


4,077,143,700 


55,868,262 


58,721 


5,945 


1.37 


Under 5,000 kW . . . 


1974 


4,186,079,400 


65,115,067 


60,560 


5,849 


1.56 




1975 


4,053,334,600 


72,390,738 


62,328 


5,497 


1.79 




1976 


4,452,763,600 


87,713,160 


63,632 


5,892 


1.97 




1977 


4,616,130,800 


114,617,731 


65,700 


5.949 


2.48 




1978 


4,428,738,500 


117,593,420 


65,020 


5,738* 


2.66 




1979 


4,407,296,200 


125,603,473 


63,216 


5,668* 


2.85 




1980 


4,281,368,600 


135,648,385 


63,343 


5,559* 


3.17 




1981 


4,125,066,000 


143,739,130 


62,742 


5,453* 


3.48 




1982 


3,989,649,900 


153,564,352 


63,255 


5,277 


3.85 




1983 


3,947,161,250 


165,846,251 


63,939 


5.172 


4.20 



* The monthly use per customer has been adjusted to reflect the transfer of customers to restructured municipal 
utilities. 
** Gross revenue prior to application of 1981 Ontario Government Assistance. 
*** Gross revenue prior to application of Rural Rate Assistance. 



90 Appendix III — Power District 

POWER DISTRICT 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use Per 
Customer 


Per 

kW.h 






kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


<t 


General 


1973 


14,074,713,154 


108,640,954 


88 


13,032,142 


.11 


Over 5000 kW 


1974 


14,829,333,524 


125,486,334 


92 


13,730,864 


.85 


(Directs) 


1975 


12,587,707,832 


125,701,038 


100 


10,926,830 


1.00 




1976 


14,070,761,535 


170,666,087 


102 


11,609,539 


1.21 




1977 


15,187,209,992 


244,981,084 


106 


12,169,239 


1.61 




1978 


14,774,977,578 


245,208,059 


101 


11,896,117 


1.66 




1979 


15,756,928,631 


284,522,703 


104 


12,810,511 


1.81 




1980 


16,431,878,561 


341,177,817 


104 


13,166,569 


2.08 




1981 


17,077,003,922 


390,460,618 


107 


= 13,816,337 


2.29 




1982 


15,118,572,381 


394,746,692 


106 


11,829,869 


2.61 




1983 


16,347,808,580 


447,803,718 


108 


12,731,938 


2.74 


Street Lighting 


1973 


44,749,000 


626,568 






1.40 




1974 


43,406,400 


678,389 






1.56 




1975 


48,902,200 


824,536 






1.69 




1976 


52,870,300 


959,593 






1.81 




1977 


57,534,400 


1,329,050 






2.31 




1978 


56,075,700 


1,408,620 






2.51 




1979 


60,358,600 


1,553,632 






2.57 




1980 


69,072,300 


1,918,836 






2.78 




1981 


64,038,500 


1,975,497 






3.08 




1982 


65,461,400 


2,210,561 






3.38 




1983 


65,008,400 


2,402,678 






3.70 



91 

SUPPLEMENT 

Municipal Electric Service 

The 320 municipal electric utilities, collectively, are the major distributors of 
power to the ultimate retail customers. Some appreciation of their combined 
operations and growth can be gained from the following statistics: 

Increase 
1983 1982 % 

Plant & Facilities (at cost) 

(Millions of dollars) 2,435.4 2,234.6 9.0 

Customers (000's) 2,281.9 2,240.5 1.8 

Energy Supplied 

(Millions of kW.h) 67,624.3 64,983.9 4.1 

Annual 

kW.h per customer 29,635.1 29,004.0 2.2 

Number of Utilities 320 324 

The increase in energy use of 4.1% compares with 0.8% in 1982; the overall 
increase in revenue from the sale of power and energy was $275. 1 million or 1 1 .6% 
over that received in 1982. Revenue from other sources decreased by $4.1 million 
or 5.5% due to a decrease in interest received on short- term investment of 
temporarily surplus funds. The revenue for each class of service for the years 1 983 
and 1982 is compared below: 

Class of Service 1983 1982 Increase 

( $000,000 ) 

Residential 866.8 

General (inc. commercial 

& industrial) 1,749.0 

Streetlighting 24.5 

Total Service Revenue 2,640.3 

Other Revenue 70.2 

Total Revenue 2,710.5 



($000,000) 


% 


771.3 


12.4 


1,571.3 


11.3 


22.6 


8.4 


2,365.2 


11.6 


74.3 


(5.5) 


2,439.5 


11.1 



92 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



A comparison of the various elements of cost is shown below 



Cost of Power . . 
Operation & 

Maintenance . . 
Billing, Collecting, 

Administration 
Depreciation 
Interest 



1983 



1982 



Increase 
$000,000 %of $000,000 %of $000,000 % 



Total 



$2,254 86.2 

129 4.9 

126 4.8 

82 3.2 

23 .9 



Total $2,614 100.0 



Total 



$1,997 85.3 



124 5.3 



$257 12.9 



120 

77 
24 



5.1 
3.3 
1.0 



$2,342 100.0 



5 4.0 

6 5.0 
5 6.5 

(1) (4.2) 



$272 11.6 



Municipal electrical utilities 
revenue 



Smilhons 
.3.000 



residential 



£3 general 

|] street lighting and other 




• 2,500 



2,000 



1,500 



• 1,000 



500 



Electricity Sales, Revenue and Customers 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE, AND CUSTOMERS 



93 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use Per 
Customer 


Per 

kW.h 






kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


* 


Residential 


1973 


14,263,163,142 


219,290,605 


1,627,774 


734 


1.54 




1974 


14,811,689,136 


241.837,888 


1,654,065 


752 


1.63 




1975 


15,394,846,066 


278,928,028 


1,676,629 


770 


1.81 




1976 


16,152,623,151 


340,934,916 


1,712,511 


794 


2.11 




1977 


16,383,587,605 


431,271,516 


1,746,882 


789 


2.63 




1978 


17,025,577,108 


474,034,772 


1,805,209 


799 


2.78 




1979 


17,565,667,706 


528,959,296 


1,854,535 


800 


3.01 




1980 


17,932,123,332 


605,536,287 


1,901,896 


796 


3.38 




1981 


18,438,609,678 


684,068,885 


1,942,956 


799 


3.71 




1982 


18,886,891,334 


771,290,930 


1,968,557 


805 


4.08 




1983 


19,710,406,892 


866,807,435 


2,007,356 


826 


4.40 


General 


1973 


24,877,819,000 


332,244,000 


214,088 


9,807 


1.34 


Under 5000 kW . . . 


1974 


26,553,482,874 


375,188,169 


218,295 


10,235 


1.41 




1975 


28,125,360,657 


440,727,306 


222,662 


10,630 


1.57 




1976 


29,724,507,257 


544,773,996 


228,477 


10,981 


1.83 




1977 


30,130,253,795 


699,079,328 


232,497 


10,894 


2.32 




1978 


31,654,398,787 


762,983,114 


241,623 


11,124 


2.41 




1979 


33,096,418,309 


866,465,702 


252,051 


11,174 


2.62 




1980 


34,187,505,625 


1,007,242,380 


258,506 


11,160 


2.95 




1981 


35,697,764,317 


1,156,576,203 


265,746 


11,349 


3.24 




1982 


35,896,905,250 


1,288,862,632 


271,864 


11,129 


3.59 




1983 


37,383,602,494 


1,436,425,179 


274,424 


11,405 


3.84 


Generar 


1974 


8,343,998,594 


87,017,570 


101 


7,059,220 


1.04 


Over 5000 kW 


1975 


8,436,625,506 


99,672,120 


101 


6,960,912 


1.18 




1976 


9,134,224,598 


130,508,806 


112 


7,147,281 


1.43 




1977 


9,549,367,883 


178,935,412 


115 


7,011,283 


1.87 




1978 


9,853,962,963 


190,760,474 


120 


6,988,626 


1.94 




1979 


10,254,591,261 


216,438,880 


119 


7,151,040 


2.11 




1980 


9,678,747,332 


231,026,403 


122 


6,693,463 


2.39 




1981 


9,667,130,048 


252,980,769 


118 


6,713,285 


2.62 




1982 


9,532,967,341 


282,432,162 


120 


6,675,747 


2.96 




1983 


9,861,695,941 


312,646,773 


118 


6,905,950 


3.17 


Street Lighting 


1973 


507,749,701 


6,741,395 






1.33 




1974 


528,418,006 


7,376,508 






1.40 




1975 


586,670,947 


8,439,527 






1.44 




1976 


608,288,454 


10,490,524 






1.72 




1977 


617,494,280 


13,429,128 






2.17 




1978 


630,757,605 


14,305,257 






2.27 




1979 


647,160,888 


15,894,416 






2.46 




1980 


657,393,343 


18,266,009 






2.78 




1981 


665,282,032 


20,404,086 






3.07 




1982 


667,153,365 


22,629,985 






3.39 




1983 


668,616,358 


24,456,306 






3.66 



94 Municipal Electrical Utilities 

Net Income was $103.5 million compared to $1 14.7 million in 1982. Of this, 
$15.2 million was allocated to the retirement of debt and $88.3 million was 
allocated to accumulated net income. 

The sources of funds for the municipal electric utilities totalled $254.2 million, 
comprised of $194.3 million from operations, $23.0 million from borrowing and 
$36.9 million through contributions in aid of construction. Additions to fixed 
assets amounted to $210.3 million, the redemption of debt amounted to $18.6 
million and the net reduction in other non-current balance sheet accounts was 
$0.6 million; working capital increased by $24.7 million. 

The total assets of the 320 municipal electrical utilities at December 31, 1983 
amounted to $3,616 million after deducting accumulated depreciation of $773.1 
million. Included in these assets is the equity of the utilities in the assets of Ontario 
Hydro in the amount of $ 1 ,395 million or 39% of their total assets. This represents 
the accumulation of charges in the cost of power for the repayment of Ontario 
Hydro's long-term debt. These amounts would correspond to those reported in 
the Statement of Accumulated Equities if these were available when the utilities 
close their books. As this is not possible, the equities stated, with a few exceptions, 
are those at the end of 1982 rather than 1983. The reduction in the number of 
utilities from 324 in 1 982 to 320 in 1 983 is due to the fact that four utilities elected 
to cease operations and transfer their customers and plant to Ontario Hydro's 
rural retail system. 

The books of account, from which the foregoing information is derived, are 
kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting system designed 
by Ontario Hydro for use by all municipal electrical utilities. These records are 
periodically inspected by the Corporation's municipal accountants. From time 
to time, adjustments and improvements in accounting procedures and office 
routine are recommended. By providing this type of assistance and supervision, 
Ontario Hydro seeks to ensure the correct application of rates and standard 
procedures and the observance of a uniform classification of revenues and expend- 
itures. The work performed by the Corporation's municipal accountants does not, 
however, constitute an audit of their account; that function is performed by the 
duly appointed auditor of each municipality. 

Utility Changes - 1983 

Effective Date Old Status New Status 

January 1, 1983 Dorchester North Dorchester Twp. 

January 1, 1983 Athens Included in Brockville Area 

January 1, 1983 Merrickville Included in Perth Area 

January 1, 1983 Newboro Included in Perth Area 

October 1, 1983 Erie Beach Included in Kent Area 



96 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Ailsa Craig 
291 


Ajax 
9,174 


Alexandria 
1.516 


Alfred 
447 


Alliston 
1,849 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

190,038 
58,983 


$ 

7,771,717 
2,186,562 


$ 

1,049,735 
489,310 


$ 

263.816 
123,806 


$ 

1,049,021 
453,830 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




131,055 

51,951 

3,568 


5,585.155 

317,100 
800,000 
207,533 
299,377 
13,055 


560,425 

105,911 

3,000 

61,504 

64,929 

41 


140,010 

103,864 

4,221 
1,481 


595,191 

137,445 
200,000 
16,166 
53,432 
21.877 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 


55,519 
157,354 


1 ,637.065 
1,553.691 
3.215,890 


235,385 
770 

873,984 


109.566 
199,776 


428.920 
854.687 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


343,928 


11,991,801 


1,670,564 


449,352 


1,878,798 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


946,951 


34,925 


- 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


946,951 
52.548 


34,925 
8.769 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


23.674 
490 


894.403 

909.383 
1.713.463 


26.156 

239.782 
44,604 


44,265 
5,795 


144.767 
29.901 


Other Liabilities 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


24,164 

954 
89 


2.622.846 

852,323 
39,522 


284,386 

12,845 
674 


50,060 

7,654 
647 


174.668 

11,547 
847 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


865 

161.545 
157.354 


812,801 

4,445,861 
3,215.890 


12,171 

473.867 
873.984 


7,007 

192.509 
199.776 


10,700 

838,743 
854,687 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


343,928 


11,991,801 


1,670,564 


449352 


1,878,798 



Statements B and C 



97 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Ailsa Craig 
291 


Ajax 
9,174 


Alexandria 
1,516 


Alfred 

447 


Alliston 
1,849 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

151,644 
9,900 

1 


$ 

4,165,901 
279,965 

(5) 


$ 

509,224 
(36,879) 

1,522 


$ 

176,908 
i5,602 

(1) 


S 

802,711 
37,204 

(1,172) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


161,545 


4,445,861 


473,867 


192,509 


838,743 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


264,759 
6,935 


8,009,790 
201 ,965 


1,610,124 
14,820 


481 ,831 
3,769 


1,691,592 

53,647 


TOTAL REVENUE 


271,694 


8,211,755 


1,624,944 


485,600 


1 ,745,239 




EXPENSE 


240,128 

5,243 
6,565 
2,453 
7,405 


6,928,287 

280,878 
180,991 
137,938 
274,579 
109,445 


1,471,498 

48,302 
51,125 
47,334 
35,466 
8,098 


428,458 

6,034 
7,184 
17,699 
10,623 


1 ,498,922 

75,078 
52,146 
46,189 
35,700 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 






TOTAL EXPENSE 


261,794 


7,912,118 


1,661,823 


469,998 


1 ,708,035 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


9,900 


299,637 
19,672 


(36,879) 


15,602 


37,204 


Extraordinary /Unusual Item(s) 




NET INCOME 


9,900 


279,965 


(36,879) 


15,602 


37,204 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 


9,900 


48,885 
231,080 


8,430 
(45,309) 


15,602 


37,204 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




9,900 


279,965 


(36,879) 


15,602 


37,204 





98 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Almonte 


Alvinston 


Amherstburg 


Ancaster 


Apple Hill 




1,598 


365 


2,976 


1,534 


117 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


1,499,203 


219,710 


2,060,467 


1,359,590 


41,174 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


549,517 


105,395 


714,802 


405,307 


27,195 


Net fixed assets 


949,686 


114,315 


1,345,665 


954,283 


13,979 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


33,896 


32,674 


374,036 


213,063 


18,522 


Investments 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,000 


Accounts Receivable 


26,284 


3,461 


19,292 


14,221 


4,695 


Inventory 


45,564 


2,008 


58,824 


2,380 


— 


Other 


153 


420 


— 


— 


123 




105,897 


38,563 


452,152 


229,664 


31 340 


OTHER ASSETS 


7,000 






5,000 




EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


534,077 


128,240 


1 ,586,535 


609,233 


42,619 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,596,660 


281,118 


3,384,352 


1,798,180 


87,938 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


427,232 


99,000 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


427,232 


99,000 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


12,600 


7,000 


— 


Total 


_ 


— 


414,632 


92,000 


_ 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


94,193 


20,902 


370,308 


124,916 


5,639 




23,374 


409 


32,285 


14,997 


— 




Total 


117,567 


21,311 


402,593 


139,913 


5,639 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


2,713 


18,385 


38,066 


252,533 


— 




486 


2,245 


2,344 


17,012 


— 






2,227 


16,140 


35,722 


235,521 


— 


RESERVES 


— 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


942,789 


115,427 


944,870 


721,513 


39,680 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


534,077 


128,240 


1,586,535 


609,233 


42,619 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,596,660 


281,118 


3,384,352 


1,798,180 


87,938 



Statements B and C 



99 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 





Almonte 

1,598 


Alvinston 
365 


Amherstburg 
2,976 


Ancaster 

1,534 


Apple Hill 

117 






B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
919,640 
23,151 

(2) 


$ 
108,253 
7,174 


$ 
891,405 
53,466 

(1) 


$ 
709,949 
11,567 

(3) 


$ 

32,150 
7,531 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


942,789 


115,427 


944,870 


721,513 


39,680 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,151,543 
23,046 


202,014 
5,327 


2,835,335 
68,122 


1,110,842 
26,545 


66,013 
1,620 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,174,589 


207,341 


2,903,457 


1,137,387 


67,633 




EXPENSE 


892,385 
46,512 
70,722 
53,733 
37,175 
49,139 
1,772 


172,452 

5,712 
7,464 
5,837 
8,702 


2,448,865 

97,309 
54,295 
132,666 
64,548 
52,308 


915,225 

53,628 
56,613 
71,648 
45,212 
10,836 


54,326 

1,072 

2,603 

496 

1,605 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,151,438 


200,167 


2,849,991 


1,153,162 


60,102 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


23,151 


7,174 


53,466 


(15,775) 
(27,342) 


7,531 






NET INCOME 


23,151 


7,174 


53,466 


11,567 


7,531 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


23,151 


7,174 


11,592 

41,874 


6,000 

5,567 


7,531 


Net Income 


23,151 


7,174 


53,466 


11,567 


7,531 





100 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Arkona 
209 


Arnprior 

2,584 


Arthur 

737 


Atikokan Twp< 
1,988 


Aurora 
5,662 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

82,020 
58,450 


$ 

1,932,876 
802,168 


$ 

495,766 
207,922 


$ 

1,621,0% 
777,626 


$ 

4,977,413 
1,233,287 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




23,570 
15,819 
5,593 


1,130,708 

258,401 
55,000 
91,513 
32,700 
1,782 


287,844 

36,159 
47,907 
33,214 
9,212 
1,483 


843,470 

23,336 
125,000 
36,367 
56,120 
7,551 


3,744,126 

71,148 
100,000 
157,391 
165,988 
890 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


21,412 
95,953 


439,396 

1,515 

1,597,794 


127,975 
383,219 


248,374 

10,114 

910,039 


495,417 

10,266 

2,219,746 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


140,935 


3,169,413 


799,038 


2,011,997 


6,469,555 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt , 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debentures 


- 


67,000 


73,000 


- 


592,488 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


67,000 
2,000 


73,000 
3,500 


— 


592,488 
126,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


10,847 


65,000 

303,235 
39,988 


69,500 

15,891 
8,060 


164,611 
82,407 


466,488 

658,341 

40,775 


Other Liabilities 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


10,847 


343,223 

25,940 
1,393 


23,951 

276 
34 


247,018 

175,170 
20,629 


699,116 

145,278 
9,364 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


34,135 
95,953 


24,547 

1,138,849 
1,597,794 


242 

322,126 
383,219 


154,541 

700,399 
910,039 


135,914 

2,948,291 
2,219,746 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


140,935 


3,169,413 


799,038 


2,011,997 


6,469,555 



Statements B and C 



101 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Arkona 
209 


Arnprior 
2,584 


Arthur 
737 


Atikokan Twp. 
1,988 


Aurora 
5,662 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

43,588 
(9,455) 

2 


S 

1.102.917 
35.936 

(4) 


$ 

302.279 
19.844 

3 


S 

712.077 
(11.680) 

2 


$ 

2.678.773 
269.519 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


34,135 


1,138,849 


322,126 


700,399 


2,948,291 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


105.592 
3.985 


3.279.762 
67.412 


722.166 
15,484 


1 .972.565 
41 .820 


5.550,115 
97,714 


TOTAL REVENUE 


109.577 


3.347.174 


737,650 


2.014.385 


5.647.829 




EXPENSE 


107.874 

1.793 
3.268 
2.260 
3.837 


2.965.848 

77,338 
127.995 
57.149 
74,412 
10,2% 


630.975 

33.882 
15,030 
12.039 
17.920 
7.960 


1 .660,565 

120.107 
90.118 
98.858 
53.887 
2.530 


4.564.627 

385.347 
90.697 
101.472 
163.632 
72.535 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


119.032 


3.313.038 


717.806 


2,026.065 


5,378.310 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(9,455) 


34.136 
(1.800) 


19.844 


(11,680) 


269.519 




NET INCOME 


(9,455) 


35.936 


19,844 


(11.680) 


269.519 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(9,455) 


2.000 
33.936 


3.500 
16.344 


(11.680) 


115,251 
154.268 




(9,455) 


35.936 


19.844 


(11,680) 


269.519 





102 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Avonmore 


Aylmer 


Bancroft 


Barrie 


Barry's Bay 




123 


2,099 


1,010 


16,508 


545 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


81,950 


1,227,626 


1 ,046,976 


15,889,232 


284,529 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


44,303 


656,206 


481,982 


4,930,639 


117,348 


Net fixed assets 


37,647 


571,420 


564,994 


10,958,593 


167,181 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


8,068 


181,741 


123,683 


2,593,428 


35,844 


Investments 


— 


170,000 


— 


— 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


930 


50,282 


52,285 


728,827 


9,158 


Inventory 


1,278 


73,532 


22,233 


900,262 


11,580 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


48,947 


— 


Total Current Assets 


10,276 


475,555 


198,201 


4,271,464 


56,582 


OTHER ASSETS 


837 




20,764 


30,088 




EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


35,255 


1,279,153 


422,442 


7,715,983 


185,806 




TOTAL ASSETS 


84,015 


2,326,128 


1,206,401 


22,976,128 


409,569 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


4,000 


35,750 


20,764 


756,160 


13,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




4,000 


35,750 


20,764 


756,160 


13,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


400 


2,750 


1,094 


88,719 


3,000 


Total 


3,600 


33,000 


19,670 


667,441 


10,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


6,674 


222,629 


104.380 


1,974,653 


40,234 




350 


— 


1,261 


151,375 


3,211 




Total 


7,024 


222,629 


105,641 


2,126,028 


43,445 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


129 


23,230 


27,319 


1 ,076,985 


— 




129 


2,625 


2,524 


70,217 


— 






— 


20,605 


24,795 


1 ,006,768 


— 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


38,136 


770,741 


633,853 


11,459,908 


170,318 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


35,255 


1,279,153 


422,442 


7,715,983 


185,806 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


84,015 


2,326,128 


1,206,401 


22,976,128 


409,569 



Statements B and C 



103 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Avonmore 
123 


Aylmer 
2,099 


Bancroft 
1,010 


Barrie 
16,508 


Barry's Bay 

545 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

34,829 
3,308 

(D* 


$ 
736,813 
33,925 

3 


$ 
589,131 
44,719 

3 


$ 
11,013,920 
449,650 

(3,662) 


$ 
165,060 
5,259 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


38,136 


770,741 


633,853 


11,459,908 


170,318 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 
REVENUE 


68,706 
1,854 


1,961,130 
34,953 


1,019,295 

23,545 


16,333,859 
462,854 


443,670 
3,362 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


70,560 


1,996,083 


1,042,840 


16,796,713 


447,032 




EXPENSE 


53,823 

1,829 
2,239 
4,760 
3,983 
618 


1,725,511 

92,922 
33,869 
62,017 
43,540 
4,299 


816,167 
31,746 
36,464 
31,984 
45,716 
34,204 
1,840 


14,130,924 

810,571 
348,991 
394,205 
583,933 
78,439 


377,378 

12,397 
20,990 
17,786 
11,774 
1,484 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 

Depreciation Less Amortization 

Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


67,252 


1,962,158 


998,121 


16,347,063 


441,809 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary /Unusual Item(s) 


3,308 


33,925 


44,719 


449,650 


5,223 
(36) 




NET INCOME 


3,308 


33,925 


44,719 


449,650 


5,259 


Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


500 
2,808 


2,750 
31,175 


44,719 


326,127 
123,523 


3,000 
2,259 




3,308 


33,925 


44,719 


449,650 


5,259 





104 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Bath 

440 


Beachburg 
317 


Beeton 
750 


Belle River 
1,328 


Belleville 
13,689 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

228,167 
110,659 


$ 

198,337 
88,123 


$ 

528,291 
146,858 


S 

969,915 

271,648 


$ 

13,596,078 
4,990,131 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


117,508 

33,273 
15,000 
21,570 
4,672 


110,214 

20,307 

5,492 
2,471 


381,433 

35,668 
10,000 
4,615 
13,298 
218 


698.267 

18,866 

2,000 

33,416 

37,955 


8,605,947 

1,714,498 

804,268 
597,374 


Investments 


Inventory 

.Other 




74,515 
138,412 


28,270 
97,666 


63,799 
221,780 


92,237 
424,725 


3,116,140 

182,727 

7,558,606 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


330,435 


236,150 


667,012 


1,215,229 


19,463,420 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


4,000 


- 


- 


2,027,738 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


4,000 
1,000 


— 


— 


2,027,738 
184,010 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


39,753 
1,878 


3,000 
21,109 


36.701 
6,089 


89,594 
4,623 


1.843,728 

1.833,326 
99,998 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


41,631 

19,835 
1,584 


21.109 

931 
58 


42,790 

122,667 
16,365 


94,217 

6,754 
290 


1,933,324 

285,452 
25,806 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


18,251 

132,141 
138,412 


873 

113.502 
97,666 


106,302 

296,140 
221,780 


6,464 

689,823 
424.725 


259,646 

7,868.116 
7,558,606 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


330,435 


236,150 


667,012 


1,215,229 


19,463,420 



Statements B and C 



105 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Bath 
440 


Beachburg 
317 


Beeton 

750 


Belle River 
1,328 


Belleville 
13,689 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

144,858 
2,623 

(5,323) 
(10,017) 


$ 

98,344 
15,157 

1 


$ 

265,937 
30,202 

1 


$ 

687,104 
2,719 


$ 

7,258,896 
607,056 

2,164 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


132,141 


113,502 


296,140 


689,823 


7,8(8,116 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


307,449 
6,681 


232,204 
3,036 


437,372 
8,367 


941,508 
22,883 


14,912,798 
542,730 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


314,130 


235,240 


445,739 


964,391 


15,455,528 


EXPENSE 


268,163 

8,821 
14,133 
11,025 

9,365 


185,878 

8,203 
8,455 
8,662 
8,367 
518 


344,222 

27,648 
19,809 
8,602 
15,256 


792,833 

85,459 
27,506 
20,661 
34,870 
343 


12,884,693 

618,906 
311,249 
361,646 
489,957 
182,021 








Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


311,507 


220,083 


415,537 


961,672 


14,848,472 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 


2,623 


15,157 


30,202 


2,719 


607,056 






NET INCOME 


2,623 


15,157 


30,202 


2,719 


607,056 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 


2,623 


1,000 
14,157 


30,202 


4,400 
(1,681) 


133,081 
473,975 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




2,623 


15,157 


30,202 


2,719 


607,056 





106 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Belmont 
339 


Blandford 

Blenheim 

662 


Blenheim 
1,564 


Bloomfield 
369 


Blyth 
402 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
364,863 
99,767 


$ 
329,362 
141,052 


$ 
1,043,642 
515,171 


$ 
162,269 
86,980 


$ 

270,627 
112,337 






Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


265,096 
30,258 

6,793 

3,231 


188,310 

42,428 

2,294 


528,471 
74,984 

i9o;ooo 

41,306 
8,943 


75,289 

8,737 
3,000 
2,867 
4,144 
66 


158,290 

54,365 

7,183 
7,250 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




40,282 
178,201 


44,722 
387,267 


315,233 
677,923 


18,814 
3,109 

155,877 


68,798 
240,740 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


483,579 


620,299 


1,521,627 


253,089 


467,828 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 


11,812 


10,000 


- 


4,000 


- 


Less sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


11,812 
5,906 


10,000 
2,000 


— 


4,000 
2,000 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


5,906 

37,957 
1,296 


8,000 
08,975 


148.968 

67,826 


2,000 

23,201 
765 


36,568 


Other Liabilities 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 

Construction 

Less Amortization 


39,253 

12,340 
1,028 


68,975 

5,322 
499 


216,794 

3,006 

247 


23,966 

3,831 
309 


36,568 

25,847 
2,630 




RESERVES 


11,312 

248,907 
178,201 


4,823 

151,234 
387,267 


2,759 

624,151 
677,923 


3,522 

67,724 
155,877 


23,217 

167,303 
240,740 


UTILITY EQUITY 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


483,579 


620,299 


1,521,627 


253,089 


467,828 



Statements B and C 



107 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Belmont 
339 


Blandford 

Blenheim 

662 


Blenheim 
1,564 


Bloomfield 
369 


Blyth 

402 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
252,397 
(3,491) 

1 


$ 
137,153 
14,082 

(1) 


$ 
586,794 
37,356 

1 


$ 

65,634 
z,088 

2 


$ 
171,777 

(4,471) 

(3) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


248,907 


151,234 


624,151 


67,724 


167,303 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


272,453 
6,179 


575,879 
7,616 


1,314,391 
35,478 


244,508 
3,239 


387,201 
6,921 


TOTAL REVENUE 


278,632 


583,495 


1,349,869 


247,747 


394,122 




EXPENSE 


240,341 

3,682 
6,853 
5,790 
13,116 
1,960 


489,441 

35,101 
19,785 

8,818 
13,445 

1,390 


1,132,356 

56,519 
26,054 
56,217 
40,888 
479 


215,511 

6,569 

7,488 
8,862 
6,654 

575 


365,220 

8,460 
9,186 
5,928 
9,688 
111 




Operation and Maintenance 


Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


271,742 


567,980 


1,312,513 


245,659 


398,593 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary /Unusual Item(s) 


6,890 
10,381 


15,515 
1,433 


37,356 


2,088 


(4,471) 




NET INCOME 


(3,491) 


14,082 


37,356 


2,088 


(4,471) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


10,406 
(13,897) 


1,000 
13,082 


37,356 


1,000 
1,088 


(4,471) 




(3,491) 


14,082 


37,356 


2,088 


(4,471) 





108 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Bobcaygeon 

1,071 


Bothwell 
416 


Bracebridge 
1,767 


Bradford 
2,389 


Braeside 
199 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

645,652 
294,813 


$ 

293,313 
134,119 


$ 

2,649,926 
858,514 


$ 

2,265,968 
584,626 


$ 

229,554 
63.342 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


350,839 

75.345 

8,341 

16,803 

321 


159,194 

26,082 

7,834 
5.467 


1,791,412 

100 
40,000 
31,046 
43,953 

979 


1,681,342 

146,215 

141,309 

116,820 

355 


166,212 

9,292 

9,891 
6,870 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




100,810 

58 

310,605 


39,383 

177,546 


116.078 

106 

372,421 


404,699 

10,308 

735,343 


26,053 
335,431 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


762,312 


376,123 


2,280,017 


2,831,692 


527,696 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


37,000 


- 


- 


367,000 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


37,000 
3,000 


— 


— 


367,000 
17,000 


— 


Total , 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


34,000 

76,259 
5.333 


32,775 
865 


138,000 


350,000 

261,860 
13,340 


76,511 
580 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 

Construction 

Less Amortization 


81 ,592 

11,640 
1.772 


33,640 

3.866 
246 


138,000 

52,689 
1,778 


275,200 

45,243 
2,363 


77,091 

10,690 
1,074 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


9,868 

326,247 
310,605 


3,620 

161,317 
177,546 


50,911 

1,718,685 
372.421 


42,880 

1 ,428,269 

735,343 


9,616 

105,558 
335,431 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


762,312 


376,123 


2,280,017 


2,831,692 


527,696 



Statements B and C 



109 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Bobcaygeon 
1,071 


Bothwell 
416 


Bracebridge 
1,767 


Bradford 
2,389 


Braeside 
199 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

325,896 
349 

2 


$ 
152,028 
9,284 

5 


$ 

1,715,944 
2,742 

0) 


$ 

1,330,621 
97,653 

(5) 


$ 
104,046 
1,510 

2 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


326,247 


161,317 


1,718,685 


1,428,269 


105,558 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


790,095 
18,672 


300,399 
11,350 


1,401,200 
33,888 


1,887,141 
48,822 


636,340 
4,246 


TOTAL REVENUE 


808,767 


311,749 


1,435,088 


1,935,963 


640,586 


EXPENSE 


652,102 

34,170 
56,635 
36,856 
24,244 
4,411 


255,407 

8,303 
8,334 
19,210 
11,211 


842,554 
278,550 
95,522 
44,285 
94,018 
76,916 
501 


1,477,973 

109,733 
73,115 
46,874 
77,526 
53,089 


608,400 

5,282 
9,535 
6,142 
8,865 
852 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


808,418 


302,465 


1,432,346 


1,838,310 


639,076 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


349 


9,284 


2,742 


97,653 


1,510 




NET INCOME 


349 


9,284 


2,742 


97,653 


1,510 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 


2,000 
(1,651) 


9,284 


2,742 


16,000 
81,653 


1,510 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 




349 


9,284 


2,742 


97,653 


1,510 





110 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Brampton 
45,450 


Brantford 
27,605 


Brantford Twp 
2,560 


Brechin 
124 


Brighton 
1,507 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
66,811,622 
16,041,889 


$ 

22,048,580 

8,328,459 


$ 
3,240,839 
1,446,831 


$ 

52,807 
23,150 


$ 
1,054,660 
354,308 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


50,769,733 

2,630,234 

170,000 

7,650,350 

2,202,681 

184,541 


13,720,121 

710,445 
3,283,344 
1,110,489 
1,025,463 


1,794,008 

296,664 
300,000 
248,390 
100,768 
3,301 


29,657 

5,644 

5,000 

8,318 

888 

198 


700,352 

72,860 

30,012 

75,981 

358 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




12,837,806 

131,712 

21,223,122 


6,129,741 

315,982 

16,000,608 


949,123 

138,814 

2,343,115 


20,048 
61,950 


179,211 

2,900 

553,515 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


84,962,373 


36,166,452 


5,225,060 


111,655 


1,435,978 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


23,667,207 
832,084 


367,982 


153,814 


- 


44,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


22,835,123 
1,162,613 


367,982 
31,985 


153,814 
16,583 


— 


44,000 
3,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


21,672,510 

7,664,466 
187,730 


335,997 

2,835,035 
436,315 


137,231 

385,284 
48,957 


10,350 
651 


41,000 

122,484 
15,9% 


Other Liabilities 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 

Construction 

Less Amortization 


7,852,196 

7,767,839 
625,870 


3,271,350 

329,760 
26,470 


434,241 

41,197 
3,648 


11,001 

432 
24 


138,480 

13,757 
770 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


7,141,969 

27,072,576 
21,223,122 


303,290 

16,255,207 
16,000,608 


37,549 

2,272,924 
2,343,115 


408 

38,296 
61 ,950 


12,987 

689,996 
553,515 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


84,962,373 


36,166,452 


5,225,060 


111,655 


1,435,978 



Statements B and C 



111 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Brampton 
45,450 


Brantford 
27,605 


Brantford Twp 
2,560 


Brechin 

124 


Brighton 
1,507 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
23,692,488 
3,380,087 

1 


$ 
15,469,128 
775,948 

10,131 


$ 
2,045,512 
227,406 

6 


$ 

33,275 
5,021 


$ 
662,313 
24,833 

2,850 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


27,072,576 


16,255,207 


2,272,924 


38,296 


689,996 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


58,673,729 
857,970 


23,339,304 
956,248 


3,853,053 
96,391 


94,165 
1,437 


1,102,283 
24,541 


TOTAL REVENUE 


59,531,699 


24,295,552 


3,949,444 


95,602 


1,126,824 


EXPENSE 


46,998,117 

2,670,867 
1,411,790 
1,036,495 
1,923,057 
2,751,278 


20,855,283 

885,228 
445,782 
296,246 
862,553 
39,125 


3,331,787 

243,106 
76,976 
64,354 

125,941 
15,261 


82,575 

1,734 
2,636 
1,501 
2.065 
70 


929,617 

47,853 
39,826 
45,275 
36,288 
3,839 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


56,791,604 


23,384,217 


3,857,425 


90,581 


1,102,698 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


2,740,095 
(639,992) 


911,335 
135,387 


92,019 
(135,387) 


5,021 


24,126 
(707) 






NET INCOME 


3,380,087 


775,948 


227,406 


5,021 


24,833 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


809,304 
2,570,783 


13,000 
762,948 


20,500 
206,906 


5,021 


3,000 
21,833 




3,380,087 


775,948 


227,406 


5,021 


24,833 





112 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Brock 
1,975 


Brockville 
8,053 


Brussels 

444 


Burford 
466 


Burk's Falls 

453 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

1,025,618 
407,924 


$ 

6,710,054 
2,252,866 


$ 

209,414 
77,750 


$ 

319,538 
159,309 


$ 

360,360 
115,606 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




617,694 

114,924 

32,158 

34,729 

2,651 


4,457,188 

645,376 

229,203 

346,543 

1,324 


131,664 
62,201 

7,949 

2,414 


160,229 

18,981 

21,383 

3,483 

95 


244,754 

25,062 

15,000 

2,034 

4,262 

140 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 


184,462 
839,145 


1 ,222,446 

3,674 

5,198,951 


72,564 
221,050 


43,942 
215,547 


46,498 

2,602 

208,835 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,641,301 


10,882,259 


425,278 


419,718 


502,689 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


356,000 


- 


- 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


356,000 
27,000 


— 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


151,265 
7,175 


329,000 
921,625 


41,443 
1,149 


41,367 
8,454 


43,835 
1,202 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 

Less Amortization 


158,440 

1,755 
59 


921,625 

55,767 
3,356 


42,592 

14,979 
1,648 


49,821 

5,123 
650 


45,037 

55,101 

4,177 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


1,696 

642,020 
839,145 


52,411 

4,380,272 
5,198,951 


13,331 

148,305 
221,050 


4,473 

149,877 
215,547 


50,924 

197,893 
208,835 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,641,301 


10,882,259 


425,278 


419,718 


502,689 



Statements B and C 



113 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Brock 
1,975 


Brockville 
8,053 


Brussels 

444 


Burford 
466 


Burks Falls 
453 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

651,987 
(9,969) 

2 


$ 

4,458,172 
(77,895) 

(5) 


$ 

162,435 
(14,127) 

(3) 


$ 

130,835 
19,041 

1 


$ 

203,992 
(6,101) 

2 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


642,020 


4,380,272 


148,305 


149,877 


197,893 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 
Service Revenue 


1,539,026 
18,297 


8,714,712 
160,466 


301 ,944 
9,113 


316,860 
17,604 


399,532 
3,983 




TOTAL REVENUE 


1,557,323 


8,875,178 


311,057 


334,464 


403,515 




EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


1,343,221 

97,331 
49,671 
42,385 
34,684 


7,851,108 

431,427 
179,975 
203,257 
243,665 
43,641 


282,294 

10,312 
11,485 
13,711 
7,382 


241 ,620 

20,872 
10,085 
25,400 
12,440 
891 


353,246 

13,421 
16,346 
14,706 
11,897 








Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,567,292 


8,953,073 


325,184 


311,308 


409,616 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(9,969) 


(77,895) 


(14,127) 


23,156 
4,115 


(6,101) 






NET INCOME 


(9,969) 


(77,895) 


(14,127) 


19,041 


(6,101) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(9,969) 


25,000 
(102,895) 


(14,127) 


19,041 


(6,101) 




(9,969) 


(77,895) 


(14,127) 


19,041 


(6,101) 





114 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Burlington 
33,797 


Cache Bay 

253 


Caledon 
2,380 


Caledonia 
1,562 


Cambridge 

North Dumfries 

26,947 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
41,384,404 
11,260,260 


$ 
188,835 
84,501 


$ 
2,711,436 
653,333 


$ 
778,981 
268,631 


$ 
30,889,602 
10,455,469 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




30,124,144 

3,756,919 
2,000,000 
2,766,837 
1,454,152 
111,291 


104,334 
19,674 
15,194 


2,058,103 

182,383 
60,000 
35,177 
57,426 
883 


510,350 

14,595 
75,000 
24,792 
14,447 
4,129 


20,434,133 

430,771 

50,000 

2,444,944 

1,058,892 

3,099 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


10,089,199 

1,081,967 

14,359,112 


34,868 
92,148 


335,869 

1,897 
775,294 


132,963 
407,142 


3,987,706 

359,736 

17,203,724 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


55,654,422 


231,350 


3,171,163 


1,050,455 


41,985,299 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


3,423,480 


- 


101,000 


- 


3,479,660 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


3,423,480 
250,409 


— 


101,000 
28,000 


— 


3,479,660 
99,599 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


3,173,071 

4,583,245 
817,064 


36,065 


73,000 

242,731 
14,097 


68,371 
36,835 


3.380,061 

2,865,611 
1,150,729 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 

Construction 


5,400,309 

1 ,71 1 ,906 
148,100 


36,065 

647 
52 


256,828 

74,700 
6,242 


105,206 

24,691 
1,550 


4,016,340 

1,539,694 
101,626 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


1,563,806 

31,158,124 
14,359,112 


595 

102,542 
92,148 


68,458 

1,997,583 

775,294 


23,141 

514,966 
407,142 


1,438,068 

15,947,106 
17,203,724 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


55,654,422 


231,350 


3,171,163 


1,050,455 


41,985,299 



Statements B and C 



115 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Burlington 
33,797 


Cache Bay 

253 


Caledon 
2,380 


Caledonia 
1,562 


Cambridge 

North Dumfries 

26,947 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
30,305,090 
853,043 

(9) 


$ 

99,139 
8,493 

(5,090) 


$ 
1,831,086 
166,496 

1 


$ 
556,598 
(41,632) 


$ 
15,120,571 
823,678 

2,855 

2 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


31,158,124 


102,542 


1,997,583 


514,966 


15,947,106 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


36,306,103 
1,596,682 


183,181 
4,486 


2,484,938 
38,113 


758,694 
36,147 


29,002,382 
800,578 


TOTAL REVENUE 


37,902,785 


187,667 


2,523,051 


794,841 


29,802,960 




EXPENSE 


31,252,433 

2,108,107 
1,143,618 

736,975 
1,435,694 

372,915 


153,531 

3,286 
7,765 
4,338 
8,146 
2,108 


2,033,950 

132,764 
55,059 
69,999 
86,938 
10,677 


668,597 

53,223 
40,831 
46,979 
26,669 
174 


24,426,726 

1,519,104 
820,918 
755,298 

1,045,875 
411,361 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


37,049,742 


179,174 


2,389,387 


836,473 


28,979,282 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


853,043 


8,493 


133,664 
(32,832) 


(41,632) 


823,678 




NET INCOME 


853,043 


8,493 


166,4% 


(41,632) 


823,678 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


259,575 
593,468 


8,493 


27,000 
139,496 


(41,632) 


72,209 
751,469 




853,043 


8,493 


166,496 


(41,632) 


823,678 





116 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Campbellford 
1,653 


Capreol 
1,399 


Cardinal 

724 


Carleton Place 
2,530 


Casselman 
659 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

1,676,712 
644,461 


$ 

1,139,051 

345,724 


$ 

305,408 
123,300 


$ 

1 ,899,029 
515,399 


$ 

449,362 
160,318 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


1,032,251 

153,717 

37,911 

46,339 

1,905 


793,327 

32,390 

53,214 
20,667 


182.108 

38.392 

15,708 
2,268 


1,383,630 

6,359 

115,000 

64,314 

55.505 

298 


289,044 

45,776 

70,000 

20,652 

1,033 

431 


Investments 

Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


239.872 
410,034 


106,271 
516,419 


56,368 
240,839 


241 ,476 
1 ,252,499 


137,892 
273,810 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,682,157 


1,416,017 


479,315 


2,877,605 


700,746 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


115,000 


- 


- 


- 


23,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


115,000 
35,000 


— 


— 


— 


23,000 
7,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


80,000 

130,448 
57,686 


85,417 
38,728 


29,721 
2,949 


174,243 
14,971 


16,000 

72,674 
1,664 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


188,134 

85,344 
22,874 


124,145 

10,611 
1,185 


32,670 

1 1 .893 
778 


189,214 

68,054 
6,628 


74,338 

19,566 
2.137 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


62,470 

941,519 
410,034 


9.426 

766,027 
516,419 


11,115 

194,691 
240.839 


61 ,426 

1,374,466 
1.252,499 


17.429 

319,169 
273,810 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,682,157 


1,416,017 


479,315 


2,877,605 


700,746 



Statements B and C 



117 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Campbellford 
1,653 


Capreol 
1,399 


Cardinal 

724 


Carleton Place 
2,530 


Casselman 
659 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

862,764 
78,757 

(2) 


$ 

739,293 
28,634 

(1,900) 


$ 

188,162 
6,531 

(2) 


$ 

1,295,136 
79,330 


$ 

299,819 
19,352 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


941,519 


766,027 


194,691 


1,974,466 


319,169 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 
Service Revenue 


1,150,992 . 
42,976 


1,085,738 
16,581 


326,029 
5,389 


2,003,976 
38,460 


673,546 
12,561 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,193,968 


1,102,319 


331,418 


2,042,436 


686,107 




EXPENSE 


810,832 
40,628 
67,148 
52,482 
82,821 
41,811 
16,509 


871,196 

79,389 
40,734 
42,081 
40,191 
94 


290,336 

6,887 
9,223 
6,743 
11,664 
34 


1,669,666 

114,114 
70,812 
47,770 
58,333 
267 


602,198 

7,069 
20,230 
18,303 
16,526 

2,591 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,112,231 


1,073,685 


324,887 


1,960,962 


666,917 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


81,737 
2,980 


28,634 


6,531 


81,474 
2,144 


19,190 
(162) 


Extraordinary/Unusual Item(s) 




NET INCOME 


78,757 


28,634 


6,531 


79,330 


19,352 






35,000 
43,757 


28,634 


6,531 


79,330 


2,000 
17,352 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


78,757 


28,634 


6,531 


79,330 


19,352 





118 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Cayuga 

518 


Chalk River 
362 


Chapleau Twp. 
1,230 


Chatham 
14,392 


Chatsworth 
191 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
296,175 

168,889 


$ 
224,616 
104,315 


$ 
1,050,456 
224,298 


$ 
12,012,174 
3,690,589 


$ 

86,802 
41,297 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


127,286 

1,030 

25,000 

15,004 

15,247 

48 


120,301 

40,881 

21,594 
860 


826,158 

126,819 

15,359 
43,046 


8,321,585 

565,959 
299,639 
899,868 
655,170 
6,282 


45,505 

15,728 

5,522 
2,809 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




56,329 

185,832 


63,335 
127,694 


185,224 

2,120 

419,952 


2,426,918 

89,429 

8,044,566 


24,059 

2,000 

91,322 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


369,447 


311,330 


1,433,454 


18,882,498 


162,886 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


- 


4,000 


110,211 


89,429 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


4,000 
1,000 


110,211 
21,257 


89,429 
7,162 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


26,915 
15,328 


3,000 

59,194 
1,165 


88,954 

131,443 
55,541 


82,267 
1,126,655 


25,764 
204 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


42,243 


60,359 

1,732 
107 


186,984 

21,390 
1,453 


1,126,655 

75,970 
6,002 


25,968 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


141,372 
185,832 


1,625 

118,652 
127,694 


19,937 

717,627 
419,952 


69,968 

9,559,042 
8,044,566 


45,596 
91,322 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


369,447 


311,330 


1,433,454 


18,882,498 


162,886 



Statements B and C 



119 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Cayuga 

518 


Chalk River 
362 


Chapleau Twp 
1,230 


Chatham 
14,392 


Chatsworth 
191 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ - 
166,060 
(24,688) 


$ 
115,214 
3,438 


$ 

647,404 
70,223 


$ 
9,072,190 
486,850 

2 


$ 

50,000 
(4,403) 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


141,372 


118,652 


717,627 


9,559,042 


45,596 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


307,679 
14,194 


256,808 
4,466 


1,243,008 
23,883 


14,221,996 
187,608 


130,829 
1,351 


TOTAL REVENUE 


321,873 


261,274 


1,266,891 


14,409,604 


132,180 




EXPENSE 


276,021 

16,274 
22,837 
20,623 
10,677 
129 


222,752 

7,719 
7,468 
10,221 
9,098 
578 


965,813 

57,838 
66,383 
68,605 
35,095 
2,934 


11,957,572 

979,604 
351,754 
254,898 
371,241 
7,685 


123,720 

2,168 
4,568 
2,366 
3,435 
326 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


346,561 


257,836 


1,196,668 


13,922,754 


136,583 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(24,688) 


3,438 


70,223 


486,850 


(4,403) 




NET INCOME 


(24,688) 


3,438 


70,223 


486,850 


(4,403) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(24,688) 


1,000 
2,438 


33,789 
36,434 


486,850 


(4,403) 




(24,688) 


3,438 


70,223 


486,850 


(4,403) 





120 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Chesley 
869 


Chesterville 
619 


Clifford 

315 


Clinton 
1,431 


Cobden 
488 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

615,136 
225,312 


$ 

524,452 
156,419 


$ 

183,097 
67,237 


$ 

1,030,355 
437,999 


$ 

173,782 
87,860 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


389,824 

23,332 

21,280 

44,257 

345 


368,033 

74,955 

42,263 
7,947 


115,860 

14,064 

20,000 

3,851 

6,165 

60 


592,356 

127,353 
20,000 
13,380 
49,243 
1,516 


85,922 

93,182 

35,709 
549 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 


89,214 
470,099 


125,165 
469,580 


44,140 
134,363 


211,492 
703,085 


129,440 
182,150 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


949,137 


962,778 


294,363 


1,506,933 


397,512 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


63,000 


- 


- 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


63,000 
6,000 


— 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


74,040 
3,720 


57,000 

93,907 
2,635 


18,449 
150 


96,945 
33,817 


72,891 
715 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


77,760 

21,479 
1,863 


96,542 

36,820 
2,887 


18,599 

4,728 
288 


130,762 

10,137 
498 


73,606 

883 

74 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


19,616 

381,662 
470,099 


33,933 

305,723 
469,580 


4,440 

136,961 

134,363 


9,639 

663,447 
703,085 


809 

140,947 
182,150 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


949,137 


962,778 


294,363 


1,506,933 


397,512 



Statements B and C 



121 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Chesley 
869 


Chesterville 
619 


Clifford 
315 


Clinton 
1,431 


Cobden 

488 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 
land/street lighting plant received in year 


$ 

357,940 
23,722 


$ 

273,215 
32,508 


$ 

129,001 
7,958 

2 


$ 

629,579 
33,865 

3 


$ 

118,165 
22,784 

(2) 




UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


381,662 


305,723 


136,961 


663,447 


140,947 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


689,016 
9,732 


849,040 
12,446 


216,164 
3,198 


987,959 
34,519 


337,424 
8,653 






TOTAL REVENUE 


698,748 


861,486 


219,362 


1,022,478 


346,077 




EXPENSE 


588,723 

28,883 
20,032 
14,169 
21,653 
1,566 


757,881 

19,635 
12,883 
12,393 
18,541 
7,645 


181,700 

4,695 
9,023 
8,556 
7,379 
51 


807,908 

74,601 
18,301 
51,542 
36,261 


286,057 

3,991 
11,411 
14,054 

7,226 
374 








Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


675,026 


828,978 


211,404 


988,613 


323,113 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


23,722 


32,508 


7,958 


33,865 


22,964 
180 




NET INCOME 


23,722 


32,508 


7,958 


33,865 


22,784 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 


23,722 


6,000 
26,508 


7,958 


33,865 


22,784 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




23,722 


32,508 


7,958 


33,865 


22,784 





122 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Cobourg 

5,071 


Cochrane 
2,019 


Colborne 
795 


Coldwater 

492 


Collingwood 
5,291 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
3,873,163 
1,689,910 


$ 
1,957,660 
587,094 


$ 
658,127 
190,238 


$ 
349,478 
107,779 


$ 
3,992,854 
1,244,641 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


2,183,253 

335,620 
755,096 
174,526 
123,173 
10,344 


1 ,370,566 

169,393 
165,000 
28,980 
70,855 
84 


467,889 

26,549 

33,386 
15,091 


241,699 

30,663 
20,000 
10,911 
4,073 
3,488 


2,748,213 

959,927 

172,979 

207,554 

12,077 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1 ,398,759 
3,307,766 


434,312 
869,985 


75,026 

4,047 

329,962 


69,135 

3,000 

201,040 


1,352,537 

1,640 

3,245,926 




TOTAL ASSETS 


6,889,778 


2,674,863 


876,924 


514,874 


7,348,316 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debentures 


- 


422,000 


84,346 


134,720 


84,425 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


422,000 
16,000 


84,346 
7,612 


134,720 
4,642 


84,425 
30,950 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


657,055 
96,214 


406,000 

289,886 
72,754 


76,734 

63,888 
7,274 


130,078 

73,215 
1,005 


53,475 

842,850 
149,422 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


753,269 

17,243 
1,379 


362,640 

9,223 
594 


71,162 

15,127 
581 


74,220 

10,799 
694 


992,272 

129,610 

8,872 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


15,864 

2,812,879 
3,307,766 


8,629 

1 ,027,609 
869,985 


14,546 

384,520 
329 ,962 


10,105 

99,431 
201 ,040 


120,738 

2,935,905 
3,245,926 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


6,889,778 


2,674,863 


876,924 


514,874 


7,348,316 



Statements B and C 



123 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Cobourg 
5,071 


Cochrane 
2,019 


Colborne 
795 


Coldwater 
492 


Collingwood 
5,291 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
2,535,561 
226,051 

51,267 


$ 
1 ,000,072 
27,537 


$ 
393,891 
(9,370) 

(1) 


$ 
180,058 
(88,185) 

7,558 


$ 
2,742,413 
190,859 

2,633 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


2,812,879 


1,027,609 


384,520 


99,431 


2,935,905 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


5,696,639 
175,390 


2,044,698 
51,227 


628,739 
15,566 


367,533 
7,837 


6,440,174 
145,252 


TOTAL REVENUE 


5,872,029 


2,095,925 


644,305 


375,370 


6,585,426 




EXPENSE 


5,092,554 

153,450 
144,016 
87,729 
165,484 

2,745 


1,670,863 

155,195 
55,027 
73,229 
67,415 
46,659 


526,559 

27,772 
26,905 
37,907 
25,511 
9,021 


336,730 

7,708 
12,225 
11,670 
14,113 
16,083 


5,805,750 

224,835 
106,834 
108,724 
132,213 
16,211 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


5,645,978 


2,068,388 


653,675 


398,529 


6,394,567 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


226,051 


27,537 


(9,370) 


(23,159) 
65,026 


190,859 




NET INCOME 


226,051 


27,537 


(9,370) 


(88,185) 


190,859 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


226,051 


14,000 
13,537 


6,859 
(16,229) 


(88,185) 


29,343 
161,516 




226,051 


27,537 


(9,370) 


(88,185) 


190,859 





124 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Comber 
269 


Coniston 
901 


Cookstown 
410 


Cottam 

343 


Creemore 
508 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
219,275 
98,174 


$ 

440,243 
169,261 


$ 

204,651 
69,267 


$ 

258,513 
88,877 


$ 

323,207 
117,066 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


121,101 

35,968 
10,500 
6,248 
5,274 


270,982 

32,547 
6,000 
14,449 
37,352 
2,368 


135,384 

55,591 

4,564 

5,197 

600 


169,636 

17,567 

21,000 

917 


206,141 

12,138 

24,068 
12,691 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 


57,990 
143,847 


92,716 
262,020 


65,952 
145,265 


39,484 

4,424 

101,779 


48,897 
199,887 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


322,938 


625,718 


346,601 


315,323 


454,925 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


20,139 


51,503 
6,129 


41,229 
120 


23,585 
4,424 


43,044 
2,952 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 


20,139 

30,727 
2,025 


57,632 

8,956 
973 


41,349 

4,890 
360 


28,009 

1,261 

52 


45,996 

11,000 
1,215 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


28,702 

130,250 
143,847 


7,983 

298,083 
262,020 


4,530 

155,457 
145,265 


1,209 

184,326 
101,779 


9,785 

199,257 
199,887 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


322,938 


625,718 


346,601 


315,323 


454,925 



Statements B and C 



125 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Comber 
269 


Coniston 
901 


Cookstown 
410 


Cottam 

343 


Creemore 
508 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


S 
128,902 
1,347 

1 , 


$ 

312,490 
(19,408) 

5,000 
1 


$ 

154,209 
1,247 

1 


$ 

202,844 
(18,519) 

1 


$ 

171,208 
28,049 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


130,250 


298,083 


155,457 


184,326 


199,257 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


207,569 
2,956 


534,429 
9,185 


267,339 
7,011 


182,662 
5,971 


388,021 
8,048 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


210,525 


543,614 


274,350 


188,633 


396,069 




EXPENSE 


170,633 

8,303 
6,201 
16,567 
7,474 


485,466 

15,708 

7,072 

38,223 

16,553 


237,963 

3,891 

14,477 

8,776 

7,982 

14 


162,723 

11,901 
14,790 
8,505 
8,910 
323 


323,088 

5,434 
10,954 
13,347 
12,516 

2,681 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


209,178 


563,022 


273,103 


207,152 


368,020 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


1,347 


(19,408) 


1,247 


(18,519) 


28,049 




NET INCOME 


1,347 


(19,408) 


1,247 


(18,519) 


28,049 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 


1,347 


(19,408) 


1,247 


(18,519) 


28,049 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




1,347 


(19,408) 


1,247 


(18,519) 


28,049 





126 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Dashwood 
199 


Deep River 

1,758 


Delaware 
181 


Delhi 
1,860 


Deseronto 
684 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

94,000 
34,929 


$ 
2,158,376 
815,079 


$ 
108,370 
43,489 


$ 
1,149,047 
411,186 


$ 
381,734 
210,846 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


59,071 

29,550 

2,832 


1,343,297 

248,474 

13,237 

60,912 

1,002 


64,881 

14,503 
5,000 
3,851 


737,861 

24,587 

55,549 

8,132 

94,983 

722 


170,888 

16,545 
45,000 
16,569 
39,405 
888 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


32,382 
111,667 


323,625 

2,630 

946,918 


23,354 
77,041 


183,973 

2,868 

6% ,877 


118,407 
379,220 




TOTAL ASSETS 


203,120 


2,616,470 


165,276 


1,621,579 


668,515 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


314,000 


-. 


220,000 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


314,000 
40,000 


— 


220,000 
27,000 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


13,607 


274,000 

337,165 
32,188 


15,419 
175 


193,000 

203,256 
32,699 


62,663 

1,754 


Other Liabilities 


Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


13,607 

271 
14 


369,353 

46,254 
3,617 


15,594 

5,292 
359 


235,955 

1,540 

154 


64,417 

2,045 

337 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


257 

77,589 
1 1 1 ,667 


42,637 

983,562 
946,918 


4,933 

67,708 
77,041 


1,386 

494,361 
696.877 


1,708 

223,170 
379,220 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


203,120 


2,616,470 


165,276 


1,621,579 


668,515 



Statements B and C 



111 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 





Dashwood 
199 


Deep River 

1,758 


Delaware 
181 


Delhi 
1,860 


Deseronto 

684 






B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

81,380 

(3,793) 

2 


$ 
1,015,659 
(32,102) 

5 


$ 

59,573 
8,138 

(3) 


$ 
475,679 
18,678 

4 


$ 
200,608 
22,562 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


77,589 


983,562 


67,708 


494,361 


223,170 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


129,032 
1,703 


2,142,601 
47,569 


128,078 
1,456 


1,226,916 
63,633 


702,788 
15,292 


TOTAL REVENUE 


130,735 


2,190,170 


129,534 


1 ,290,549 


718,080 




EXPENSE 


118,833 

1,309 
6,866 
3,862 
3,658 


1 ,827,868 

145,662 
60,192 
58,038 
77,352 
50,677 


107,551 

2,156 
3,556 
3,900 

4,233 


946,907 

92,013 
74,835 
83,805 
42,736 
33,079 


575,252 

35,161 
21,262 
49,469 
14,339 
35 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


134,528 


2,219,789 


121,396 


1,273,375 


695,518 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(3,793) 


(29,619) 
2,483 


8; 138 


17,174 
(1,504) 


22,562 




NET INCOME 


(3,793) 


(32,102) 


8,138 


18.678 


22,562 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 


(3,793) 


35,000 
(67,102) 


8,138 


23,000 
(4,322) 


22,562 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


(3,793) 


(32,102) 


8,138 


18,678 


22,562 



128 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Drayton 
341 


Dresden 
1,093 


Dryden 
2,703 


Dublin 
130 


Dundalk 
603 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

255,866 
83,099 


$ 

776,038 
279,302 


$ 

2,716,118 
1,054,041 


$ 

93,644 
49,253 


$ 

348,922 
116,044 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


172,767 

8,335 
8,000 
3,473 
10,507 


496,736 

133,238 

34,539 
19,760 


1,662,077 

154,429 
167,528 
45,848 
243,140 
3,298 


44,391 
6,096 
1,283 


232,878 

65,248 
35,000 
17,654 
21,377 
5,364 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




30,315 
170,977 


187,537 
611,723 


614,243 

53,099 

974,451 


7,379 
82,981 


144,643 
285,778 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


374,059 


1,295,9% 


3,303,870 


134,751 


663,299 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debentures 


- 


16.493 


- 


- 


21,000 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


16,493 
6,400 


— 


— 


21,000 
6,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


41,603 
470 


10,093 

85,417 
10,664 


427,665 
68,521 


11,317 
630 


15,000 

63,190 
1,692 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


42,073 

10,169 
1,369 


96,081 

33,169 
2,448 


4%,186 

144,332 
12,492 


11,947 

540 
35 


64,882 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


8,800 

152,209 
170,977 


30,721 

547,378 
611,723 


131,840 

1,701,393 
974,451 


505 

39,318 
82,981 


297,639 
285,778 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


374,059 


1,295,9% 


3,303,870 


134,751 


663,299 



Statements B and C 



129 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Drayton 
341 


Dresden 
1,093 


Dryden 
2,703 


Dublin 
130 


Dundalk 
603 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

164,266 
(12,055) 

(2) 


$ 

529,577 
17,801 


$ 

1,573,553 
127,840 


$ 

42,465 
(3,146) 

(1) 


$ 

296,758 
880 

1 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


152,209 


547,378 


1,701,393 


39,318 


297,639 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


254,582 
3,500 


1,002,879 
26,960 


2,320,221 
64,398 


112,334 
1,656 


543,899 
9,508 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


258,082 


1,029,839 


2,384,619 


113,990 


553,407 




EXPENSE 


234,924 

12,195 
6,766 
5,593 
9,692 
967 


846,724 

37,644 
34,328 
66,956 
24,132 
2,254 


1,770,596 

294,015 
52,610 
70,746 
95,131 


104,984 

1,324 
2,918 
3,986 
3,924 


500,399 

6,055 
21,566 

8,820 
12,730 

2,957 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


270,137 


1,012,038 


2,283,098 


117,136 


552,527 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(12,055) 


17,801 


101,521 
(26,319) 


(3,146) 


880 


Ext raordinary /Unusual Item(s) 




NET INCOME 


(12,055) 


17,801 


127,840 


(3,146) 


880 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(12,055) 


5,712 
12,089 


127,840 


(3,146) 


6,000 
(5,120) 




(12,055) 


17,801 


127,840 


(3,146) 


880 





130 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Dundas 

6,743 


Dunnville 
2,205 


Durham 

1,048 


Dutton 

453 


East York 
25,065 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
6,589,128 

2,437,567 


$ 
2. 336,289 
507,562 


$ 
910,071 
296,463 


$ 
307,962 
113,593 


$ 
21,993,063 
8,499,762 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash and Bank 

Investments 


4,151,561 

914,551 

185,629 
195,324 


1 ,528,727 

130,024 

19,159 
152,592 


613,608 

73,418 

20,445 

11,639 

910 


194,369 

51,115 

11,905 
10,044 


13,493,301 

202,446 
1,696,184 

2,495,797 

1,470,916 

15,221 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


1,295,504 

5,000 

2,930,398 


301 ,775 
1,156,474 


106,412 

5,000 

512,918 


73,064 
171,143 


5,880,564 

440,802 

17,542,755 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 




TOTAL ASSETS 


8,382,463 


2,986,976 


1,237,938 


438,576 


37,357,422 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenture rs 


440,900 


159,000 


- 


- 


2,262,978 
1,284,449 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


440,900 
56,900 


159,000 
8,000 


— 


— 


978,529 
46,569 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


384,000 

485,683 
240,248 


151,000 

144,098 
38,007 


100,524 
20,294 


32,402 
3,315 


931,960 

2,472.801 
528,702 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 

Construction 

Less Amortization 


725,931 

346,287 
21,028 


182,105 

43,960 
3.169 


120,818 

23,474 
3,176 


35,717 

25,323 
2,233 


3,001,503 

353,790 
31,062 


RESERVES 


325,259 

4,016,875 
2,930,398 


40,791 

1 ,456,606 

1,156,474 


20,298 

583,904 
512,918 


23,090 

208,626 
171,143 


322,728 

15,558,476 
17,542,755 


UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT, LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


8,382,463 


2,986,976 


1,237,938 


438,576 


37,357,422 



Statements B and C 



131 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Dundas 

6,743 


Dunnville 
2,205 


Durham 
1,048 


Dutton 

453 


East York 

25,065 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
3,540,844 
476,032 

0) 


$ 
1,531,560 
(74,951) 

(3) 


$ 
533,919 
49,985 


$ 
184,989 
23,634 

3 


$ 

14,551,320 

1,007,153 

3 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


4,016,875 


1,456,606 


583,904 


208,626 


15,558,476 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


5,290,865 

222,277 


1,531,422 
66,316 


785,582 
24,673 


241 ,807 
4,971 


27,424,910 
829,620 


TOTAL REVENUE 


5,513,142 


1,597,738 


810,255 


246,778 


28,254,530 




EXPENSE 


4,156,935 

255,093 
195,341 
206,327 
245,734 
57,511 


1,322,709 

121,431 
75,299 
63,661 
69,657 
19,932 


615,427 

58,223 
31,465 
24,7% 
30,345 
14 


182,636 

10,564 
9,195 
8,113 

11,740 
8% 


23,252,052 

1,602,582 
808,444 
702,151 
845,325 
109,336 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


5,116,941 


1,672,689 


760,270 


223,144 


27,319,890 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


396,201 

(79,831) 


(74,951) 


49,985 


23,634 


934,640 
(72,513) 




NET INCOME 


476,032 


(74,951) 


49,985 


23,634 


1,007,153 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


231,074 
244,958 


7,000 
(81,951) 


49,985 


10,000 
13,634 


104,460 
902,693 


Net Income 


476,032 


(74,951) 


49,985 


23,634 


1,007,153 





132 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


East Zorra 
Tavistock 

734 


Eganville 
593 


Elmvaie 
579 


Elmwood 

132 


Elora 
1,017 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

485,344 
203,058 


$ 
472,792 
239,625 


$ 

287,431 
109,144 


$ 

71,766 
29,256 


$ 
519,980 
227,683 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


282,286 

53,472 

100,000 

23,364 

10,333 

1,051 


233,167 

14,572 

13,540 
15,423 


178,287 

42,648 

15,222 

5,622 

3,997 

733 


42,510 

9,932 
1,204 
2,392 
1,272 

72 


292,297 

2,426 

110,000 

11,289 

12,947 

1,134 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




188,220 

463 

492,904 


43,535 
162,640 


68,222 
40,200 
252,881 


14,872 

2,653 

63,393 


137,796 

1,000 

445,517 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


963,873 


439,342 


539,590 


123,428 


876,610 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


13,000 


- 


- 


9,149 


34,206 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


13,000 
3,000 


— 


— 


9,149 
1,200 


34,206 
34,206 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


10,000 

84,755 
4,583 


42,537 
2,855 


44,369 
1,750 


7,949 

10,379 
573 


37,536 
3,931 


Other Liabilities 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


89,338 

16,233 
1,619 


45,392 

2,932 
238 


46,119 

53,409 
4,696 


10,952 


41 ,467 

1,023 

57 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


14,614 

357,017 
492,904 


2,694 

228,616 
162,640 


48,713 

191,877 
252,881 


41,134 
63,393 


966 

388,660 
445,517 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


963,873 


439,342 


539,590 


123,428 


876,610 



Statements B and C 



133 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


East Zorra 
Tavistock 

734 


Eganville 
593 


Elmvale 

579 


Elmwood 

132 


Elora 

1,017 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
376,594 
(19,575) 

(2) 


$ 
245,790 
(17,174) 


$ 
174,022 
17,856 

(1) 


$ 

38,176 
2,958 


$ 
368,689 
19,972 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


357,017 


228,616 


191,877 


41,134 


388,660 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


728,267 
17,812 


331,370 
5,278 


439,919 
9,756 


86,092 
1,538 


790,664 
27,409 


TOTAL REVENUE 


746,079 


336,648 


449,675 


87,630 


818,073 




EXPENSE 


689,097 

3,777 
17,540 
36,323 
17,577 

1,340 


268,446 
26,544 
18,864 
15,164 
9,697 
15,026 
81 


390,246 

7,162 
16,574 
8,404 
9,315 
118 


68,275 

2,256 
5,065 
5,226 
3,026 

824 


676,819 

28,734 
44,517 
24,719 
19,150 
4,162 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


765,654 


353,822 


431,819 


84,672 


798,101 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(19,575) 


(17,174) 


17,856 


2,958 


19,972 






NET INCOME 


(19,575) 


(17,174) 


17,856 


2,958 


19,972 






3,000 

(22,575) 


(17,174) 


17,856 


851 
2,107 


5,418 
14,554 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




(19,575) 


(17,174) 


17,856 


2,958 


19,972 





134 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Embrun 


Erie Beach 


Erieau 


Erin 


Espanola 


Number of Customers 


565 


131 


368 


870 


2,131 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




489,204 




85.239 


732,601 


1,254,593 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


169,143 


- 


39,344 


188,730 


451,735 


Net fixed assets 


320,061 


— 


45,895 


543,871 


802,858 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


129,848 


— 


24,193 


168,239 


105,175 


Investments 


— 


— 


— 


— 


100,000 


Accounts Receivable 


9,479 


— 


3,897 


29,740 


231 ,759 


Inventory 


8,262 


— 


— 


25,814 


38,585 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


982 


— 


Total Current Assets 


147,589 


_ 


28,090 


224,775 


475,519 


OTHER ASSETS 


6,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


268,469 


— 


135,561 


383,976 


735,324 




TOTAL ASSETS 


742,119 


- 


209,546 


1,152,622 


2,013,701 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


42,500 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




42,500 


— 


— 


— 


_ 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


15,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total 


27,500 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


97,302 


— 


14,409 


139,196 


179,770 




1,066 


— 


820 


7,460 


113,970 




Total 


98,368 


_ 


15,229 


146,656 


293,740 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


13,302 


— 


6,163 


35,447 


6,693 


Less Amortization 


689 


— 


392 


1,535 


328 




12,613 


_ 


5,771 


33,912 


6,365 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


335,169 


— 


52,985 


588.078 


978,272 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


268,469 


— 


135,561 


383,976 


735,324 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


742,119 


— 


209,546 


1,152,622 


2,013,701 



Statements B and C 



135 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Embrun 
565 


Erie Beach 

131 


Erieau 
368 


Erin 
870 


Espanola 

2,131 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
317,147 
18,022 


$ 

12,638 
6,705 

(1,436) 
(17,907) 


$ 

55,995 
(3,008) 

(2) 


$ 
514,327 
73,749 

2 


$ 
749,943 
228,326 

3 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


335,169 


- 


52,985 


588,078 


978,272 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


667,228 
16,933 


35,285 
1,754 


152,447 
6,248 


1,463,802 
18,238 


2,019,523 
33,686 


TOTAL REVENUE 


684,161 


37,039 


158,695 


1,482,040 


2,053,209 




EXPENSE 


585,480 

17,945 
14,203 
25,865 
18,553 
4,093 


25,245 

1,358 
3,298 

3,345 
1,141 


137,498 

5,425 
5,824 
7,184 

5,772 


1,306,984 

37,017 
22,360 
19,501 

22,405 
24 


1,503,202 

148,821 
75,410 
52,231 
42,809 
2,410 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


666,139 


34,387 


161,703 


1,408,291 


1,824,883 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary/Unusual Item(s) 


18,022 


2,652 
(4,053) 


(3,008) 


73,749 


228,326 




NET INCOME 


18,022 


6,705 


(3,008) 


73,749 


228,326 






16,000 
2,022 


6,705 


(3,008) 


73,749 


228,326 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


18,022 


6,705 


(3,008) 


73,749 


228,326 



136 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Essex 


Etobicoke 


Exeter 


Fenelon Falls 


Fergus 




2,102 


91,477 


1,759 


1,021 


2,260 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




1,745,999 


93,355,540 


1,708,167 


581 ,484 


1,566,604 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


597,479 


33,131,582 


691,998 


204,991 


601,757 


Net fixed assets 


1,148,520 


60,223,958 


1,016,169 


376,493 


964,847 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


184,623 


3,200 


152,414 


67,531 


30,888 


Investments 


35,250 


19,331,483 


116,246 


80,000 


100,000 




39,267 


5,269,887 


31,807 


19,612 


48,318 


Inventory 


115,623 


2,043,271 


1,819 


18,850 


62,628 


Other 


— 


24,417 


— 


— 


1,619 


Total Current Assets 


374,763 


26,672,258 


302,286 


185,993 


243,453 


OTHER ASSETS 


23,534 


2,241,560 


1,887 






EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO .... 


799,916 


57,921,628 


823,152 


255,662 


1,818,957 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,346,733 


147,059,404 


2,143,494 


818,148 


3,027,257 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


2,544,029 


130,878 


67,000 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


2,305,212 


— 


— 


— 




— 


238,817 


130,878 


67,000 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


137,577 


16,310 


3,000 


— 


Total 


_ 


101,240 


114,568 


64,000 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


178,788 


9,675,274 


160,740 


90,176 


17,055 




22,745 


3,172,343 


1,520 


18,914 


9,547 




Total 


201,533 


12,847,617 


162,260 


109,090 


26,602 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


26,321 


2,136,665 


1,891 


6,519 


5,882 




2,550 


180,220 


99 


714 


662 






23,771 


1,956,445 


1,792 


5,805 


5,220 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


1,321,513 


74,232,474 


1,041,722 


383,591 


1,176,478 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


799,916 


57,921,628 


823,152 


255,662 


1,818,957 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


2,346,733 


147,059,404 


2,143,494 


818,148 


3,027,257 



Statements B and C 



137 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Essex 
2,102 


Etobicoke 
91,477 


Exeter 
1,759 


Fenelon Falls 
1,021 


Fergus 
2,260 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
1,291,169 
30,344 


$ 

69,022,495 

5,114,442 

95,539 
(2) 


$ 
873,995 
167,727 


$ 
407,284 
(11,001) 

(12,692) 


$ 
1,099,852 
76,630 

(4) 


UTILITY EQUITY, E^D OF YEAR 


1,321,513 


74,232,474 


1,041,722 


383,591 


1,176,478 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


1,596,651 
54,015 


113,587,013 
4,198,370 


1,523,664 
48,033 


734,756 
16,931 


3,303,766 
51,740 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,650,666 


117,785,383 


1,571,697 


751,687 


3,355,506 




EXPENSE 


1,325,546 

133,445 
43,281 
67,333 
57,747 
1,444 


101,805,962 

5,192,831 
2,745,953 
1,566,268 
3,665,448 
91,393 


1,208,090 

79,887 
49,162 
52,300 
62,377 
19,260 


648,013 

34,837 
32,661 
17,623 
21,895 
7,659 


2,989,021 

119,608 
93,407 
23,505 
53,335 








Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,628,796 


115,067,855 


1,471,076 


762,688 


3,278,876 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


21,870 
(8,474) 


2,717,528 
(2,396,914) 


100,621 
(67,106) 


(11,001) 


76,630 






NET INCOME 


30,344 


5,114,442 


167,727 


(11,001) 


76,630 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


30,344 


228,521 
4,885,921 


20,532 
147,195 


3,000 
(14,001) 


76,630 


Net Income 


30,344 


5,114,442 


167,727 


(11,001) 


76,630 





138 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Finch 

197 


Flamborough 
1,017 


Flesherton 
329 


Forest 
1,169 


Frankford 

770 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
113,748 
55,439 


$ 
800,897 
297,849 


$ 
160,208 
60,201 


$ 
817,356 
315,862 


$ 
452,105 
173,259 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




58,309 

25,675 

5,678 
1,080 


503,048 

14,420 

22,187 

30,022 

1,025 

241 


100,007 

82,443 

1,000 

7,063 

6,670 

462 


501,494 

51,393 

31,800 
11,005 


278,846 

106,027 

8,950 
1,662 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


32,433 
91,597 


67,895 
486.803 


97,638 

2,377 

146,926 


94,198 

2,859 

594,662 


116,639 
247,959 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


182,339 


1,057,746 


346,948 


1,193,213 


643,444 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


22,000 


- 


104,000 


2,000 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


22,000 
1,000 


— 


104,000 
13,000 


2,000 
1,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


13,078 
190 


21,000 

70,075 
625 


21,693 
1,305 


91,000 

119,827 
5,735 


1,000 

70,358 
6,445 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


13,268 


70,700 

46,491 
1,418 


22,998 

356 
36 


125,562 

11,143 
694 


76,803 

459 
83 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


77,474 
91,597 


45,073 

434,170 
486,803 


320 

176,704 
146,926 


10,449 

371,540 
594,662 


376 

317,306 
247,959 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


182,339 


1,057,746 


346,948 


1,193,213 


643,444 



Statements B and C 



139 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Finch 
197 


Flamborough 
1,017 


Flesherton 
329 


Forest 
1,169 


Frankford 

770 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

73,133 
13,650 

(2,385) 
(6,924) 


$ 
433,809 
362 

(1) 


$ 
148,108 
28,595 

1 


$ 
330,094 
41,444 

2 


$ 
281,279 
36,025 

2 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


77,474 


434,170 


176,704 


371,540 


317,306 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


140,573 
1,678 


811,007 
17,374 


237,041 
7,601 


1,032,367 
16,374 


532,954 
19,206 


TOTAL REVENUE 


142,251 


828,381 


244,642 


1,048,741 


552,160 




EXPENSE 


112,527 

2,918 
4,012 
4,192 
4,952 


690,541 

30,427 
32,754 
34,105 
29,536 
2,866 


198,131 

3,840 
5,431 
2,352 
6,293 


834,480 

41 ,407 
29,653 
57,482 
28,928 
15,347 


453,830 

12,920 
20,551 
16,765 
16,255 
299 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


128,601 


820,229 


216,047 


1,007,297 


520,620 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


13,650 


8,152 
7,790 


28,595 


41,444 


31,540 
(4,485) 




NET INCOME 


13,650 


362 


28,595 


41,444 


36,025 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


13,650 


1,000 
(638) 


28,595 


12,000 

29,444 


1,000 

35,025 




13,650 


362 


28,595 


41,444 


36,025 





140 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Georgina 

1,132 












769 


22.582 


3,125 


1,100 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


933,586 


-♦69,690 


23,949,283 


2,846,679 


1 ,028,620 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


288,207 


21 1 ,493 


6,194,018 


1,137.608 


270,667 


Net fixed assets 


645,379 


258.197 


17,755,265 


1 .709.071 


757,953 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


90.389 


64.640 


2,673,035 


55,639 


23,301 


Investments 


— 


— 


— 


156,810 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


75.907 


16.028 


970.505 


122.907 


20,077 


Inventory 


33.593 


8,043 


1.092.369 


93,268 


31,715 


Other 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,390 


Total Current Assets 


199,889 


88,711 


4,735.909 


428,624 


77,483 


OTHER ASSETS 


3,615 


— 


407,662 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


493,941 


318.489 


6,573.959 


2,118,438 


333,019 


TOTAL ASSETS 


1,342,824 


665,397 


29,472,795 


4,256,133 


1,168,455 


DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


28.339 


— 


3,913,210 


— 


160,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


922,91 1 


— 


70.481 




28,339 


— 


2.990.299 


— 


89,519 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


8,900 


— 


316.233 


— 


5,061 


Total 


19,439 


— 


2.674,066 


_ 


84,458 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


98.549 


67.905 


2.099.979 


329.544 


121,659 


Other Liabilities 


36,518 


4.202 


— 


80.504 


9,634 


Total 


135.067 


72.107 


2,099,979 


410,048 


131,293 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 














6,935 
381 


13,521 
1,271 


3.037,740 
191,879 


34,966 
2.976 


19,269 
641 








6,554 


12,250 


2,845,861 


31,990 


18,628 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


687.823 


262,551 


15,278,930 


1.695,657 


601 ,057 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


493,941 


318,489 


6,573.959 


2,118,438 


333,019 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,342,824 


665,397 


29,472,795 


4,256,133 


1,168,455 



Statements B and C 



141 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Georgina 
1,132 


Glencoe 

769 


Gloucester 

22,582 


Goderich 
3,125 


Goulbourn 
1,100 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
661,594 
26,223 

6 


$ 
234,380 
28,169 

2 


$ 
14,042,033 
1,236,899 

(2) 


$ 
1,607,795 
87,861 

1 


$ 
578,927 
22,135 

(5) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR .. 


687,823 


262,551 


15,278,930 


1,695,657 


601,057 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


926,519 
25,945 


581,421 
15,860 


20,796,247 
510,553 


3,613,936 

64,479 


934,045 
12,418 


TOTAL REVENUE 


952,464 


597,281 


21,306,800 


3,678,415 


946,463 




EXPENSE 


777,181 

21,107 
36,894 
50,391 
36,381 
4,287 


490,363 

26,571 
16,855 
20,508 
16,815 


17,316,747 

527,560 
571,717 
600,750 
690,949 
322,082 


3,106,385 

181,366 
93,947 

127,022 

97,312 

4,870 


802,642 

30,586 
24,021 
25,844 
38,715 
2,520 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


926,241 


571,112 


20,029,805 


3,610,902 


924,328 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


26,223 


26,169 
(2,000) 


1,276,995 
40,096 


67,513 
(20,348) 


22,135 




NET INCOME 


26,223 


28,169 


1,236,899 


87,861 


22,135 






7,848 
18,375 


28,169 


301,218 
935,681 


32,000 
55,861 


1,060 

21,075 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


26,223 


28,169 


1,236,899 


87,861 


22,135 





142 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Grand Bend 
901 


Grand Valley 
499 


Granton 

132 


Gravenhurst 

2,155 


Grimsby 
5,978 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
444,973 
208,135 


$ 
214,927 
74,063 


$ 
109,554 
25,076 


$ 
1,497,933 
469,045 


$ 
3,113,677 
1,277,255 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash and Bank 

Investments 


236,838 

45,182 
10,000 
11,365 , 
9,574 


140,864 

55,551 

13,801 
2,682 
1,640 


84,478 

12,372 
15,000 
2,937 


1,028,888 

15,493 
120,000 
52,798 
54,683 
1,114 


1,836,422 

362,442 

225,018 

108,731 

7,487 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


76,121 
234,583 


73,674 

3,000 

202,302 


30,309 
72,202 


244,088 

6,412 

856,541 


703,678 
919,703 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO. ... 




TOTAL ASSETS 


547,542 


419,840 


186,989 


2,135,929 


3,459,803 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


- 


- 


46,000 


1,049,930 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


— 


— 


46,000 
5,000 


1 ,049,930 
28,330 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


43,944 
3,830 


36,729 
760 


15,204 
385 


41,000 

151,343 
14,670 


1,021,600 

489,930 
15,302 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


47,774 

17,338 
1,638 


37,489 

4,751 
355 


15,589 


166,013 

29,871 
2,416 


505,232 

115,052 
5,556 




RESERVES 


15,700 

249,485 
234,583 


4,396 

175,653 
202,302 


99,198 

72,202 


27,455 

1 ,044,920 
856,541 


109,496 

903,772 
919,703 


UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


547,542 


419,840 


186,989 


2,135,929 


3,459,803 



Statements B and C 



143 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Grand Bend 
901 


Grand Valley 
499 


Granton 

132 


Gravenhurst 

2,155 


Grimsby 
5,978 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
241,892 
7,594 

(1) 


$ 
195,379 
(19,724) 

(2) 


$ 
100,625 
(1,424) 

(3) 


$ 
934,169 
110,754 

(3) 


$ 
652,678 
32,274 

218,820 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


249,485 


175,653 


99,198 


1,044,920 


903,772 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


441 ,574 
12,284 - 


310,784 
7,236 


106,927 
3,240 


1,473,057 
50,542 


4,172,094 
49,961 


TOTAL REVENUE 


453,858 


318,020 


110,167 


1,523,599 


4,222,055 




EXPENSE 


349,679 

32,873 
22,105 
25,756 
15,851 


305,711 

11,369 
5,720 
6,509 
8,435 


95,592 

4,877 
3,342 
3,448 
4,332 


1,172,760 

83,745 
52,197 
43,429 
54,662 
6,052 


3,347,366 

174,944 
157,881 
232,034 
129,061 
125,438 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


446,264 


337,744 


111,591 


1,412,845 


4,166,724 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


7,594 


(19,724) 


(1,424) 


110,754 


55,331 
23,057 






NET INCOME 


7,594 


(19,724) 


(1,424) 


110,754 


32,274 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


7,594 


(19,724) 


(1,424) 


4,000 
106,754 


2,580 
29,694 




7,594 


(19,724) 


(1,424) 


110,754 


32,274 





144 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Guelph 
23,974 


Hagersville 
1,014 


Halton Hills 
11,493 


Hamilton 
117,537 


Hanover 
2,481 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
22,842,446 
7,402,872 


$ 
425,370 
255,011 


$ 
12,291,896 
4,421,473 


$ 
87,533,763 
23,042,290 


$ 
1,601,853 
550,916 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


15,439,574 

611,909 

1,554,484 

526,964 

982,490 

35,732 


170,359 

51,817 
50,000 
16,606 
28,466 
606 


7,870,423 

167,776 

442,854 

1,047,738 

339,389 

33,500 


64,491,473 

527,630 

8,375,000 

13,727,424 

2,677,090 

42,872 


1,050,937 

153,037 
22,000 
22,677 
93,873 
1,195 


Investments 

Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO .... 


3,711,579 

890,163 

15,641,408 


147,495 
635,942 


2,031,257 

1,372 

5,624,314 


25,350,016 

2,620,452 

120,071,639 


292,782 

2,644 

1,639,069 




TOTAL ASSETS 


35,682,724 


953,796 


15,527,366 


212,533,580 


2,985,432 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


1,409,175 


- 


3,195,039 


2,595,852 


62,000 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


1,409,175 
78,929 


— 


3,195,039 
100,728 


2,595,852 
120,773 


62,000 
10,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


1,330,246 

530,691 
589,764 


113,603 
1,774 


3,094,311 

1,128,086 
129,812 


2,475,079 

16,946,492 
1,888,932 


52,000 

272,279 
31,083 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


1,120,455 

1,213,348 
76,589 


115,377 

950 
111 


1,257,898 

352,806 
28,097 


18,835,424 

325,088 
20,460 


303,362 

2,067 

241 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


1,136,759 

16,453,856 
15,641,408 


839 

201,638 
635,942 


324,709 

5,226,134 
5,624,314 


304,628 

70,846,810 
120,071,639 


1,826 

989,175 
1,639,069 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


35,682,724 


953,796 


15,527,366 


212,533,580 


2,985,432 



Statements B and C 



145 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983. 



Municipality 


Guelph 

-23,974 


Hagersville 
1,014 


Halton Hills 
11,493 


Hamilton 
117,537 


Hanover 

2,481 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

14,977,374 

1 ,476,484 

(2) 


$ 
263,747 
(62,108) 

(1) 


$ 
4,792,553 
433,583 

(2) 


$ 
63,109,354 
7,729,366 

8,089 
1 


$ 
1,080,382 
(91,204) 

(3) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


16,453,856 


201,638 


5,226,134 


70,846,810 


989,175 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


31,755,529 
789,792 


602,758 
25,724 


11,717,614 
340,847 


185,200,692 
2,255,006 


2,529,067 
36,620 


TOTAL REVENUE 


32,545,321 


628,482 


12,058,461 


187,455,698 


2,565,687 


EXPENSE 


26,266,931 

1,780,878 

1,203,316 

779,193 

886,730 

151,789 


543,685 

58,576 
26,309 
29,983 
14,724 
502 


9,326,606 

729,173 
360,015 
364,556 
476,845 
367,683 


164,592,828 

6,117,852 
3,733,949 
2,075,027 
2,985,620 
221 ,056 


2,365,103 

78,335 
74,235 
84,093 
48,078 
7,047 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


31,068,837 


673,779 


11,624,878 


179,726,332 


2,656,891 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


1,476,484 


(45,297) 
16,811 


433,583 


7,729,366 


(91,204) 




NET INCOME 


1,476,484 


(62,108) 


433,583 


7,729,366 


(91,204) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


219,087 
1,257,397 


(62,108) 


91,503 
342,080 


7,729,366 


10,000 
(101,204) 




1 ,476,484 


(62,108) 


433,583 


7,729,366 


(91,204) 





146 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Harriston 


Harrow 


Hastings 


Havelock 


Hawkesbury 




872 


940 


523 


594 


3,719 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




811,953 


765,942 


391,136 


324,411 


1,805,914 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


252,487 


330,880 


148,071 


143,939 


764,679 


Net fixed assets 


559,466 


435,062 


243,065 


180,472 


1,041,235 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


46,648 


67,361 


27,291 


25,156 


91,880 


Investments 


15,000 


35,000 


— 


20,000 


120,000 


Accounts Receivable 


4,188 


9,171 


20,933 


8,616 


11,812 


Inventory 


38,742 


12,063 


17,320 


13,279 


134,903 


Other 


251 


— 


146 


322 


10,360 


Total Current Assets 


104,829 


123,595 


65,690 


67,373 


368,955 


OTHER ASSETS 








258 






EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


475,972 


529,141 


174,552 


217,692 


2,206,199 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,140,267 


1,087,798 


483,565 


465,537 


3,616,389 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


15,000 


— 


10,000 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




15,000 


_ 


10,000 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


15,000 


— 


4,000 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


_ 


6,000 


_ 


_ 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


97,736 


78,862 


44,204 


44,188 


526,955 




5,397 


31,366 


2,993 


3,397 


76,292 




Total 


103,133 


110,228 


47,197 


47,585 


603,247 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


2,517 


5,042 


8,819 


63,179 


Less Amortization 


— 


300 


240 


472 


8,161 




_ 


2.217 


4,802 


8,347 


55,018 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


561,162 


446,212 


251,014 


191,913 


751 ,925 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


475,972 


529,141 


174,552 


217,692 


2,206,199 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,140,267 


1,087,798 


483,565 


465,537 


3,616,389 



Statements B and C 



147 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Harriston 

872 


Harrow 

940 


Hastings 

523 


Havelock 

594 


Hawkesbury 

3,719 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
507,162 
54,001 

(1) 


$ 
447,065 
(848) 

(5) 


$ 
217,997 
33,017 


$ 
174,676 
17,236 

1 


$ 
1,189,837 
(433,159) 

(4,753) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


561,162 


446,212 


251,014 


191,913 


751,925 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


742,809 
14,182 


855,623 
22,775 


369,776 
12,226 


391 ,954 
5,535 


5,393,097 
60,370 


TOTAL REVENUE 


756,991 


878,398 


382,002 


397,489 


5,453,467 




EXFENSE 


606,127 

33,142 
19,698 
10,943 
29,857 
3,223 


733,504 

30,321 
44,566 
43,574 
27,082 
199 


298,307 

7,685 
13,378 
12,998 
15,640 

1,630 


326,184 

5,493 

13,533 

21,901 

12,827 

315 


5,472,023 

119,213 
55,773 

136,953 

70,755 

1,041 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


702,990 


879,246 


349,638 


380,253 


5,855,758 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


54,001 


(848) 


32,364 
(653) 


17,236 


(402,291) 
30,868 






NET INCOME 


54,001 


(848) 


33,017 


17,236 


(433,159) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


23,000 
31,001 


(848) 


4,000 
29,017 


17,236 


(433,159) 




54,001 


(848) 


33,017 


17,236 


(433,159) 





148 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Hearst 

1,975 


Hensall 

435 


Holstein 
107 


Huntsville 
1,586 


Ingersoll 
3,240 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,558,050 
667,405 


$ 
423,717 
205,540 


$ 

57,551 
17,637 


$ 
1,054,097 
365,702 


$ 
2,919,808 
1,213,438 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


890,645 

63,372 

44,384 
111,545 


218,177 

100,139 

2,359 

462 

1,231 


39,914 

9,952 

1,257 
106 
30 


688,395 

18,405 
65,000 
32,518 
40,450 
1,251 


1 ,706,370 

56,311 

114,014 

179,233 

4,015 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


219,301 
1,120,350 


104,191 

7,000 

338,778 


1 1 ,345 
38,877 


157,624 

1,790 

1,013,835 


353.573 

108,999 

2,041,651 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,230,296 


668,146 


90,136 


1,861,644 


4,210,593 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


174,113 


- 


- 


49,000 


381 ,559 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


174,113 
29,590 


— 


— 


49,000 
49,000 


381 .559 
24,413 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


144,523 

352,717 
9,873 


54,997 
2.425 


4,509 


187,090 
4.916 


357,146 

334,558 
12,840 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


362,590 


57,422 

11,252 
588 


4.509 

9,600 
1,394 


192,006 

4,074 
293 


347,398 

1,850 
204 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


602,833 
1,120,350 


10,664 

261,282 
338,778 


8,206 

38,544 
38,877 


3,781 

652,022 
1,013,835 


1,646 

1 ,462,752 
2,041,651 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


2,230,2% 


668,146 


90,136 


1,861,644 


4,210,593 



Statements B and C 



149 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Hearst 
1,975 


Hensall 

435 


Holstein 
107 


Huntsville 
1,586 


Ingersoll 
3,240 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
617,089 
(10,713) 

(3,543) 


$ 
270,206 
(8,921) 

(3) 


$ 

34,829 
3,715 


$ 
703,358 
(51,336) 


$ 
1,382,433 
80,319 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


602,833 


261,282 


38,544 


652,022 


1,462,752 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


3,283,380 
24,049 


527,616 
13,444 


56,285 
794 


1,506,558 
21,298 


2,919,816 
66,974 


TOTAL REVENUE 


3,307,429 


541,060 


57,079 


1,527,856 


2,986,790 




EXPENSE 


3,041,091 

98,129 
67,554 
41,326 
50,025 
20,017 


484,519 

10,903 
11,510 
25,290 
15,326 


48,119 

705 
2,021 

561 
1,958 


1,345,433 

126,483 
33,172 
33,076 
36,564 
4,464 


2,404,646 

167,925 
73,687 
104,267 
102,787 
53,159 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


3,318,142 


547,548 


53,364 


1,579,192 


2,906,471 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(10,713) 


(6,488) 
2,433 


3,715 


(51,336) 


80,319 


Extraordinary /Unusual Item(s) 




NET INCOME 


(10,713) 


(8,921) 


3,715 


(51,336) 


80,319 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


27,211 
(37,924) 


(8,921) 


3,715 


2,000 
(53,336) 


15,655 
64,664 




(10,713) 


(8,921) 


3,715 


(51,336) 


80,319 





150 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Iroquois 


Jarvis 


Kanata 


Kapuskasing 


Kemptville 




500 


495 


7,529 


2,577 


1,051 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




306,410 


260,006 


8,369,311 


1 ,868,645 


884,020 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


185,319 


114,010 


1,973,136 


705,747 


313,405 




121,091 


145,996 


6,396,175 


1 162 898 


570 615 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


134,549 


40,400 


225,035 


131,863 


62,641 


Investments 


7,529 


— 


— 


25,000 


65,000 


Accounts Receivable 


5,376 


4,052 


468,926 


113,123 


13,414 


Inventory 


9,206 


7,754 


598,863 


39,175 


53,046 


Other 


120 


269 


10,513 


1,320 


1,098 




156,780 


52,475 


1,303,337 


310,481 


195,199 


OTHER ASSETS 






45,545 




1,408 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


434,890 


180,401 


2,227,635 


1,015,079 


611,978 




TOTAL ASSETS 


712,761 


378,872 


9,972,692 


2,488,458 


1,379,200 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 








4,131,677 


12,000 


110,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


4,131,677 


12,000 


110,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


139,828 


12,000 


16,000 


Total 


— 


— 


3,991,849 


— 


94,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


84,048 


26,521 


1,249,147 


221,388 


126,376 




1,580 


2,650 


283,054 


44,563 


1,237 




Total 


85,628 


29,171 


1,532,201 


265,951 


127,613 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


1,481 


230 


1,552,367 


— 


2,195 


Less Amortization 


140 


20 


78,838 


— 


63 




1,341 


210 


1 ,473,529 


— 


2,132 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


190,902 


169,090 


747,478 


1 ,207,428 


543,477 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


434,890 


180,401 


2,227,635 


1,015,079 


611,978 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


712,761 


378,872 


9,972,692 


2,488,458 


1,379,200 



Statements B and C 



151 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Iroquois 
500 


Jarvis 
495 


Kanata 

7,529 


Kapuskasing 

2,577 


Kemptville 
1,051 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$. 

176,597 
14,303 

2 


$ 
174,811 
(5,722) 

1 


$ 
558,639 
188,835 

4 


$ 
1,210,875 
(2,512) 

(935) 


$ 
492,168 
51,309 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR .... 


190,902 


169,090 


747,478 


1,207,428 


543,477 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


760,297 
12,287 


264,348 
6,477 


7,867,731 
151,160 


1,975,881 
61,695 


1,117,296 
19,592 


TOTAL REVENUE 


772,584 


270,825 


8,018,891 


2,037,576 


1,136,888 




EXPENSE 


689,939 

22,950 
15,155 
18,742 
11,495 


235,485 

3,589 
12,968 
13,172 
11,119 

214 


6,283,120 

252,290 
209,239 
297,920 
277,048 
498,828 


1,668,997 

152,085 
57,993 
86,109 
71,935 
2,969 


919,364 

36,848 
40,924 
47,992 
28,860 
11,591 


Local Generation 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


758,281 


276,547 


7,818,445 


2,040,088 


1,085,579 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


14,303 


(5,722) 


200,446 
11,611 


(2,512) 


51,309 




NET INCOME 


14,303 


(5,722) 


188,835 


(2,512) 


51,309 






14,303 


(5,722) 


174,567 
14,268 


20,000 
(22,512) 


15,000 
36,309 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




14,303 


(5,722) 


188,835 


(2,512) 


51,309 





152 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Kenora 
5,008 


Killaloe Stn 
320 


Kincardine 
2,649 


Kingston 

22,235 


Kingsville 
2,106 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

3,299,797 
1,531,092 


$ 

170,020 
73,843 


$ 

2,170,220 
639,429 


$ 

15,557,583 
6,934,502 


$ 

1,556,511 
589,248 






Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


1,768,705 

32,340 

175,000 

394,992 

117,223 

680 


96,177 

38,976 

6,301 

5,158 

169 


1,530,791 

119,843 
324,653 

88,313 
153,069 

11,065 


8,623,081 

1,230,086 

2,042,723 

565,035 

1,296 


967,263 

19,476 
50,000 
59,797 
52,713 


Investments.. 


Inventory 

Other 




720,235 

19,938 

1,294,222 


50,604 
84,890 


696,943 

3,970 

1,129,186 


3,839,140 
12,062,627 


181,986 

29,987 

858,538 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


3,803,100 


231,671 


3,360,890 


24,524,848 


2,037,774 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


155,000 


- 


175,000 


1 ,696,200 


52,517 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


155,000 
35,000 


— 


175,000 
13,000 


1,696,200 
185,900 


52,517 
10,545 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


120,000 

383,851 

72,624 


32,318 
1,060 


162,000 

283,781 
69,795 


1,510,300 

2,215,001 
33,575 


41,972 

141 ,950 
78,000 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 

Construction 

Less Amortization 


456,475 

34,639 
2,455 


33,378 

934 
87 


353,576 

31,103 
2,227 


2,248,576 

123,277 
7,422 


219,950 

100,512 
10,552 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


32,184 

1,900,219 

1,294,222 


847 

112,556 
84,890 


28,876 

1,687,252 
1,129,186 


115,855 

8,587,490 
12,062,627 


89,960 

827,354 
858,538 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


3,803,100 


231,671 


3,360,890 


24,524,848 


2,037,774 



Statements B and C 



153 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Kenora 

5,008 


Killaloe Stn 
320 


Kincardine 
2,649 


Kingston 

22,235 


Kingsville 
2,106 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

1,678,436 
221,787 

(4) 


$ 

98,904 
13,650 

2 


$ 
1,614,240 
70,515 

2,497 


$ 

8,970,870 
(383,379) 

(1) 


$ 
830,681 
(3,327) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


1,900,219 


112,556 


1,687,252 


8,587,490 


827,354 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


3,720,999 
102,894 


180,553 
1,885 


2,352,504 
80,414 


21,226,523 
489,742 


1 ,532,298 
27,912 


TOTAL REVENUE 


3,823,893 


182,438 


2,432,918 


21,716,265 


1,560,210 




EXPENSE 


2,895,315 

290,800 
148,457 
126,451 
129,446 
11,637 


138,309 

9,522 
11,732 
8,415 
7,131 


2,061,351 

108,463 
64,490 
42,628 
66,705 
18,766 


18,855,418 

1,158,921 
721,002 
712,815 
494,018 
157,470 


1,272,817 

140,201 
45,337 
48,303 
51,326 
5,553 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


3,602,106 


175,109 


2,362,403 


22,099,644 


1,563,537 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


221,787 


7,329 
(6,321) 


70,515 


(383,379) 


(3,327) 




NET INCOME 


221,787 


13,650 


70,515 


(383,379) 


(3,327) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


33,000 
188,787 


13,650 


11,000 
59,515 


172,900 
(556,279) 


8,200 
(11,527) 




221,787 


13,650 


70,515 


(383,379) 


(3,327) 





154 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Kirkfield 


Kitchener 
Wilmot 


L Orignal 


Lakefield 


Lanark 


Number of Customers 


128 


49,659 


663 


1,081 


372 


A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


73,154 


50,171,032 


511,030 


870,087 


284,551 




26,391 


17,880,717 


172,065 


334,437 


76,610 




Net fixed assets 


46,763 


32,290,315 


338,965 


535,650 


207,941 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


1,000 


95,130 


37,758 


63,602 


17,550 


Investments 


3,000 


7,509,023 










3,933 


4,367,341 


17,015 


12,251 


27,994 


Inventory 




1,415,118 


2,623 


24,629 


7,077 


Other 


— 


80,272 


131 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


7,933 


13,466,884 


57,527 


100,482 


52,621 


OTHER ASSETS 


3,750 


1 ,492,475 


1,057 






EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


42,957 


30,219,728 


204,726 


495,299 


145,630 


TOTAL ASSETS 


101,403 


77,469,402 


602,275 


1,131,431 


406,192 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


2,366,811 


26,000 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


2.366,811 


26,000 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


307,104 


6,000 


— 


— 


Total 


_ 


2,059,707 


20,000 


— 


_ 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


11,304 


4,799,556 


70,155 


95,081 


57,236 




3,750 


1,167,406 


5,071 


7,279 


2,579 




Total 


15,054 


5,966,962 


75,226 


102.360 


59,815 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


1 1 ,327 


202,990 


4,496 


28,412 


47.426 




484 


18,313 


298 


3,429 


2,586 






10,843 


184,677 


4,198 


24,983 


44,840 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


32,549 


39,038,328 


298,125 


508,789 


155,907 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


42,957 


30,219,728 


204,726 


495,299 


145.630 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


101,403 


77,469,402 


602,275 


1,131,431 


406,192 



Statements B and C 



155 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983" 



Municipality 


Kirkfield 

128 


Kitchener 
Wilmot 
49,659 


L Orignal 
663 


Lakefield 
1,081 


Lanark 

372 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

35,907 

(3,359) 

1 


$ 

37,382,360 

1,655,975 

(7) 


$ 
254,530 
43,095 

500 


$ 
552,503 
(43,712) 

(2) 


$ 
146,817 
9,090 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


32,549 


39,038,328 


298,125 


508,789 


155,907 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


74,729 
1,668 


52,755,833 
1,109,100 


621,495 
6,700 


914,222 

14,812 


278,089 
2,860 


TOTAL REVENUE 


76,397 


53,864,933 


628,195 


929,034 


280,949 


EXPENSE 


71,785 

1,530 
2,107 
1,795 
2,539 


45,466,264 

2,350,536 

961,846 

1,385,353 

1,644,963 

259,889 


515,643 

9,540 

20,524 
16,992 
17,255 
5,172 


836,309 

36,114 
19,791 
48,769 
31,045 
718 


233,919 

4,769 
12,586 
10,898 

9,687 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


79,756 


52,068,851 


585,126 


972,746 


271 ,859 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(3,359) 


1,796,082 
140,107 


43,069 
(26) 


(43,712) 


9,090 






NET INCOME 


(3,359) 


1,655,975 


43,095 


(43,712) 


9,090 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(3,359) 


286,189 
1 ,369,786 


6,000 
37,095 


6,000 

(49,712) 


9,090 




(3,359) 


1,655,975 


43,095 


(43,712) 


9,090 





156 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Lancaster 
290 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 

490 


Latchford 
189 


Leamington 
4,309 


Lincoln 

1,671 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
190,827 
62,433 


$ 
214,243 
101,608 


$ 

121,881 
60,109 


$ 
3,606,506 
1,272,963 


$ 
843,586 
392,391 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


128,394 

41,862 
1,000 
7,787 
2,335 


11.2,635 
17,183 
5,458 


61,772 

17,699 

8,271 

390 


2,333,543 

237,094 
302,321 
60,155 
252,642 


451,195 

3,107 
50,000 
9,227 
5,122 
5,276 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




52,984 
114,381 


22,641 
178,358 


26,360 
55,927 


852,212 
2,298,022 


72,732 
557,465 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


295,759 


313,634 


144,059 


5,483,777 


1,081,392 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


— 


— 


— 


36,000 
3,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


25,569 
2,763 


47,617 
4,045 


9,902 
650 


388,787 
125,075 


33,000 

98,072 
7,980 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


28,332 

532 
41 


51,662 

938 

75 


10,552 

1,940 
100 


513,862 

58,743 
5,075 


106,052 

14,265 
935 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


491 

152,555 
114,381 


863 

82,751 
178,358 


1,840 

75,740 
55,927 


53,668 

2,618,225 
2,298,022 


13,330 

371,545 
557,465 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


295,759 


313,634 


144,059 


5,483,777 


1,081,392 



Statements B and C 



157 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Lancaster 
290 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 

490 


Latchford 
189 


Leamington 
4,309 


Lincoln 
1,671 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
140,966 
11,589 


$ 

85,894 
(3,142) 

(1) 


$ 

75,210 
528 

2 


$ 
2,499,637 
118,584 

4 


$ 
366,265 
5,278 

2 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


152,555 


82,751 


75,740 


2,618,225 


371,545 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


245,582 
3,278 


310,715 
2,844 


118,253 
953 


3,912,368 
84,803 


1,021,572 
20,031 


TOTAL REVENUE 


248,860 


313,559 


119,206 


3,997,171 


1,041,603 




EXPENSE 


209,251 

3,819 
9,267 
7,225 
7,599 
110 


254,772 

24,328 
18,681 
9,801 
9,119 


102,347 

2,475 
3,850 
4,685 
4,933 
388 


3,484,148 

88,268 
85,613 
97,857 
127,668 
2,278 


853,118 

42,995 
71,642 
33,259 
31,310 
4,001 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


237,271 


316,701 


118,678 


3,885,832 


1,036,325 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


11,589 


(3,142) 


528 


111,339 
(7,245) 


5,278 




NET INCOME 


11,589 


(3,142) 


528 


118,584 


5,278 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


11,589 


(3,142) 


528 


118,584 


3,000 
2,278 


Net Income 


11,589 


(3,142) 


528 


118,584 


5,278 





158 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Lindsay 


Listowel 


London 


Lucan 


Lucknow 




5,293 


1,988 


88,266 


621 


571 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


4,891,020 


1,649,685 


86,783,039 


441,079 


329,484 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


1,828,805 


548,987 


32,178,400 


154,512 


110,258 




3,062,215 


1,100,698 


54,604,639 


286,567 


219,226 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


526,103 


185,184 


2,642,573 


13,133 


35,781 


Investments 






4,269,688 


24,000 


35,000 


Accounts Receivable 


40,493 


16,224 


5,716,911 


8,351 


13,569 


Inventory 


170,821 


41,438 


3,493,165 


4,248 


4,564 


Other 


— 


2,618 


54,668 


— 


— 


Total Current Assets 


737,417 


245,464 


16,177,005 


49,732 


88,914 


OTHER ASSETS 




3,600 


1,339,493 




10,558 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


3,375,312 


1,411,356 


43,992,543 


265,598 


296,050 


TOTAL ASSETS 


7,174,944 


2,761,118 


116,113,680 


601,897 


614,748 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


38,000 


82,000 


2,616,011 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




38.000 


82,000 


2,616,011 


_ 


_ 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


7,000 


8,000 


374,273 


— 


— 


Total 


31,000 


74,000 


2,241 ,738 


_ 


_ 


LIABILITIES 














581,109 
320,509 


229,919 
4,260 


9,163,701 
621,399 


49,326 
955 


39,963 
701 






Total 


901,618 


234,179 


9.785,100 


50,281 


40,664 


DEFERRED CREDIT 
























Construction 


60,641 


38,520 


1,878,511 


628 


2,952 




4,300 


4,163 


116,744 


54 


230 






56,341 


34,357 


1,761,767 


574 


2,722 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


-^ 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


2,810,673 


1 ,007,226 


58,332,532 


285,444 


275,312 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


3,375,312 


1,411,356 


43,992,543 


265,598 


2% ,050 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


7,174,944 


2,761,118 


116,113,680 


601,897 


614,748 



Statements B and C 



159 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Lindsay 
5,293 


Listowel 
1,988 


London 

88,266 


Lucan 
621 


Lucknow 

571 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

2,888,303 
(77,634) 

4 


$ 
887,300 
119,927 

(1) 


$ 
53,258,872 
5,073,661 

(1) 


$ 
282,250 
3,191 

3 


$ 
260,696 
14,615 

1 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


2,810,673 


1,007,226 


58,332,532 


285,444 


275,312 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


5,529,592 
157,824 


2,340,486 
41,778 


81,230,899 
2,454,326 


491 ,276 
14,099 


389,025 

4,574 


TOTAL REVENUE 


5,687,416 


2,382,264 


83,685,225 


505,375 


393,599 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 

Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


4,994,418 

299,305 
179,050 
107,328 
177,847 
7,102 


1 ,976,323 

103,123 
43,455 
67,503 
60,354 
11,579 


69,258,894 

2,730,467 
1,679,234 
1 ,859,821 
2,892,245 
190,903 


420,226 

27,625 
14,983 
24,605 

14,745 


333,628 

9,171 
6,819 
17,204 
12,162 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


5,765,050 


2,262,337 


78,611,564 


502,184 


378,984 


Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(77,634) 


1 19,927 


5,07-3,661 


3,191 


14,615 






NET INCOME 


(77,634) 


119,927 


5,073,661 


3,191 


14,615 






7,000 
(84,634) 


7,000 
112,927 


381 ,282 
4,692,379 


3,191 


14,615 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




(77,634) 


119,927 


5,073,661 


3,191 


14,615 





160 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Madoc 


Magnetawan 


Markdale 


Markham 


Marmora 




636 


140 


617 


30,465 


628 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


589,476 


124,570 


513,501 


49,130,641 


441 ,744 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


234,258 


44,789 


159,406 


5,191,293 


183,842 


Net fixed assets 


355,218 


79,781 


354,095 


43,939,348 


257,902 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


31,214 


53 


69,417 


16,866 


20,144 


Investments 


— 


— 


— 


— 


39,424 




17,433 


4,916 


10,253 


3,293,687 


4 769 


Inventory 


5,040 


998 


24,612 


1,808,405 


7,880 


Other 


— 


965 


920 


77,437 


172 


Total Current Assets 


53,687 


6,932 


105,202 


5,196,395 


72,389 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


— 


— 


438,498 


2,965 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


311,068 


32,038 


293,495 


9,469,236 


234,888 




TOTAL ASSETS 


719,973 


118,751 


752,792 


59,043,477 


568,144 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


46,000 


23,650,159 


23,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


46,000 


23,650,159 


23,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


3,000 


1 ,066,908 


3,000 


Total 


— 


— 


43,000 


22,583,251 


20,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


79,042 


7,277 


68,384 


6,752,119 


60,882 




16,680 


— 


15,155 


542,923 


3,745 




Total 


95,722 


7,277 


83,539 


7,295,042 


64.627 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


14,485 


19,399 


11,865 


16,136,156 


6,289 


Less Amortization 


2,316 


3,078 


740 


1,201,624 


591 




12,169 


16,321 


11,125 


14,934,532 


5,698 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


301,014 


63,115 


321,633 


4,761,416 


242,931 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


311,068 


32,038 


293,495 


9,469,236 


234,888 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


719,973 


118,751 


752,792 


59,043,477 


568,144 



Statements B and C 



161 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Madoc 
636 


Magnetawan 
140 


Markdale 
617 


Markham 
30,465 


Marmora 
628 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
297,259 
3,757 

(2) 


$ 

65,353 
(2,236) 

(2) 


$ 
308,607 
13,024 

2 


$ 
5,229,413 
(468,004) 

7 


$ 
244,610 
(1,679) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


301,014 


63,115 


321,633 


4,761,416 


242,931 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


498,715 
7,645 


68,537 
8% 


593,305 
8,8% 


32,383,933 
832,844 


425,232 
10,738 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


506,360 


69,433 


602,201 


33,216,777 


435,970 




EXPENSE 


433,158 

21,072 
15,269 
9,532 
23,492 
80 


61,506 

2,276 
1,569 
1,575 
4,279 
464 


507,132 

17,448 
19,098 
19,102 
19,041 
7,356 


26,282,268 

1,896,192 

766,589 
1,172,036 

925,700 
2,641,9% 


372,239 

11,059 
13,674 
20,852 
17,597 
2,228 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


502,603 


71,669 


589,177 


33,684,781 


437,649 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


3,757 


(2,236) 


13,024 


(468,004) 


(1,679) 






NET INCOME 


3,757 


(2,236) 


13,024 


(468,004) 


(1,679) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


3,757 


(2,236) 


2,000 
11,024 


849,950 
(1,317,954) 


3,000 
(4,679) 




3,757 


(2,236) 


13,024 


(468,004) 


(1,679) 





162 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Martintown 


Massey 


Maxville 


McGarry Twp. 


Meaford 




123 


512 


381 


427 


1,925 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




57,773 


318,620 


236,914 


178,939 


1 ,290,266 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


36,160 


126,450 


97,604 


97,005 


472,153 


Net fixed assets 


21,613 


192,170 


139,310 


81,934 


818,113 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


6,333 


33,994 


5,962 


5,333 


227,435 


Investments 


1,500 


45,0u0 


13,000 


23,000 


10,000 




8,915 


7,735 


13,371 


1,449 


38,170 


Inventory 




21,025 


6,746 




92,928 


Other 


188 


— 


17 


947 


9,262 


Total Current Assets 


16,936 


107,754 


39,096 


30,729 


377,795 


OTHER ASSETS 










47,296 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


44,367 


169,009 


184,742 


159,019 


1,006,928 




TOTAL ASSETS 


82,916 


468,933 


363,148 


271,682 


2,250,132 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


— 


— 


76,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


— 


— 


76,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7,000 


Total 


— 


— 


— 


— 


69,000 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


6,068 


47,046 


27,758 


21,466 


145,509 


Other Liabilities 


— 


1,904 


640 


3,183 


1,694 




Total 


6,068 


48,950 


28,398 


24,649 


147,203 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


4,147 


7,916 


— 


7,306 




— 


172 


1,206 


— 


544 






_ 


3,975 


6,710 


_ 


6,762 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


32,481 


246,999 


143,298 


88,014 


1,020,239 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


44,367 


169,009 


184,742 


159,019 


1,006,928 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


82,916 


468,933 


363,148 


271,682 


2,250,132 



Statements B and C 



163 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Martintown 
123 


Massey 

512 


Maxville 
381 


McGarry Twp. 

427 


Meaford 
1,925 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

28,720 
3,762 

(1) 


$ 
234,970 
12,028 

1 


$ 
146,378 
(3,081) 

1 


$ 

83,707 
4,306 

1 


$ 
918,174 
102,066 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


32,481 


246,999 


143,298 


88,014 


1,020,239 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


71,555 
2,033 


392,143 
11,912 


291,840 
3,944 


247,319 
3,152 


1,639,627 
45,042 


TOTAL REVENUE 


73,588 


404,055 


295,784 


250,471 


1,684,669 




EXPENSE 


60,819 

1,575 
3,510 
1,172 
2,485 
265 


323,436 

32,553 
12,885 
11,171 
11,982 


260,364 

10,265 
15,191 
3,576 
9,491 


212,052 

5,655 
13,731 
6,623 
7,947 
157 


1,353,388 

87,695 
34,807 
56,560 
42,479 
7,674 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


69,826 


392,027 


298,887 


246,165 


1,582,603 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


3,762 


12,028 


(3,103) 

(22) 


4,306 


102,066 






NET INCOME 


3,762 


12,028 


(3,081) 


4,306 


102,066 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 


3,762 


12,028 


(3,081) 


4,306 


6,000 
96,066 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




3,762 


12,028 


(3,081) 


4,306 


102,066 





164 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Merlin 
288 


Midland 
4,598 


Mildmay 

437 


Millbrook 
429 


Milton 
9,884 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
182,075 
113,583 


$ 
3,141,227 
1,439,821 


$ 
259,741 
60,507 


$ 
299,988 
84,862 


$ 

13,762,371 
3,497,771 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




68,492 

14,047 
12,879 
6,253 
2,646 
900 


1,701,406 

326,505 
300,000 
125,605 
134,755 
3,468 


199,234 

50 

2,329 
1,990 


215,126 

16,709 

48,000 

12,704 

4,252 

205 


10,264,600 

653,565 
500,000 
676,923 
313,977 
15,186 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




36,725 
126,156 


890,333 

12,994 

3,247,515 


4,369 

538 

149,627 


81,870 
141,351 


2,159,651 

28,683 

3,563,378 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL ASSETS 


231,373 


5,852,248 


353,768 


438,347 


16,016,312 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


121,000 


20,000 


17,700 


3,195,731 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


121,000 
16,000 


20,000 
2,500 


17,700 
1,500 


3,195,731 
91,899 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


19,524 
500 


105,000 

524,833 
16,743 


17,500 
36,239 


16,200 

31,389 
2,715 


3,103,832 

1,285,397 
113,104 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


20,024 


541,576 

5,634 

271 


36,239 

7,114 
650 


34,104 

1,134 
144 


1,398,501 

1 ,344,622 
135,636 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


85,193 
126,156 


5,363 

1,952,794 
3,247,515 


6,464 

143,938 
149,627 


990 

245,702 
141,351 


1,208,986 

6,741,615 
3,563,378 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


231,373 


5,852,248 


353,768 


438,347 


16,016,312 



Statements B and C 



165 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Merlin 
288 


Midland 
4,598 


Mildmay 

437 


Millbrook 
429 


Milton 
9,884 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
105,689 
(20,496) 


$ 
1,995,372 
(42,581) 

3 


$ 
130,879 
13,058 

1 


$ 
230,048 
15,656 

(2) 


$ 
5,801,336 
940,281 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


85,193 


1,952,794 


143,938 


245,702 


6,741,615 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


154,956 
9,622 


5,149,490 
89,619 


289,430 
1,092 


305,186 
7,134 


11,633,718 
404,589 


TOTAL REVENUE 


164,578 


5,239,109 


290,522 


312,320 


12,038,307 




EXPENSE 


133,933 

9,403 
6,267 
15,194 
6,277 


4,742,967 

160,606 
87,377 
102,151 
128,694 
11,694 


244,619 

5,574 
6,341 
7,034 
9,380 
4,516 


249,397 

9,279 
14,756 

9,264 
11,820 

2,148 


9,260,290 

402,716 
334,164 
270,6^9 
443,988 
386,764 






Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


171,074 


5,233,489 


277,464 


2% ,664 


11,098,581 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(6,496) 
14,000 


5,620 

48,201 


13.058 


15,656 


939,726 
(555) 






NET INCOME 


(20,496) 


(42,581) 


13,058 


15,656 


940,281 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(20,496) 


15,000 
(57,581) 


2,500 
10,558 


1,500 
14,156 


91,901 
848,380 




(20,496) 


(42,581) 


13,058 


15,656 


940,281 








166 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Milverton 


Mississauga 


Mitchell 


Moorefield 


Morrisburg 




558 


88,770 


1,268 


159 


1,100 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


355,284 


136,100,836 


1,022,559 


113,962 


734,572 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


122,227 


28,207,770 


368,919 


44,778 


287,633 


Net fixed assets 


233,057 


107,893,066 


653,640 


69,184 


446,939 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


100 


600 


59,175 


3,030 


47,110 


Investments 


60,000 


21,953,575 






86,267 




2,765 


8,125,945 


29,491 


3,143 


23,076 


Inventory 


2,066 


2,481,681 


55,983 




32,710 


Other 


286 


247,420 


— 


— 


320 




65,217 


32,809,221 


144,649 


6,173 


189,483 


OTHER ASSETS 




654,067 


1,029 


1,000 


1,022 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


374,370 


45,704,850 


745,925 


92,301 


442,437 


TOTAL ASSETS 


672,644 


187,061,204 


1,545,243 


168,658 


1,079,881 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


21 ,009,395 


17,729 


— 


15,400 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


6,293,844 


— 


— 


— 




— 


14,715,551 


17,729 


— 


15,400 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


1 ,240,638 


3,742 


— 


2,200 


Total 


— 


13,474,913 


13,987 


— 


13,200 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


27,601 


16,820,255 


113,453 


16,203 


101,989 




3,090 


1 ,982,830 


2,074 


100 


29,051 




Total 


30,691 


18,803,085 


115,527 


16,303 


131,040 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


332 


20,518,334 


11,011 


727 


3,719 




77 


1 ,449,991 


928 


14 


167 






255 


19,068,343 


10,083 


713 


3,552 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


267,328 


90,010,013 


659,721 


59,341 


489,652 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


374,370 


45,704,850 


745,925 


92,301 


442,437 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


672,644 


187,061,204 


1,545,243 


168,658 


1,079,881 



Statements B and C 



167 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Milverton 
558 


Mississauga 
88,770 


Mitchell 
1,268 


Moorefield 
159 


Morrisburg 
1,100 




B, STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
258,580 
8,750 

(2) 


$ 
79,827,990 
10,182,018 

5 


$ 
627,734 
31,986 

1 


$ 

66,469 
(3,504) 

(3,624) 


$ 
422,490 
67,164 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


267,328 


90,010,013 


659,721 


59,341 


489,652 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


448,597 
6,032 


133,244,594 
3,420,102 


1,181,183 
17,508 


172,562 • 
849 


999,660 
15,347 


TOTAL REVENUE 


454,629 


136,664,696 


1,198,691 


173,411 


1,015,007 




EXPENSE 


397,255 

14,428 
11,405 
10,351 
12,276 
164 


114,055,951 

4,637,839 
1,489,606 
1,794,398 
3,894,834 
1,608.386 


1,012,268 

53,617 
25,156 
71,398 
35,381 
1,861 


167,650 

2,506 

1,221 

956 

4,525 

57 


831,951 

25,067 
34,438 
26,062 
28,176 
2,149 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


445,879 


127,481,014 


1,199,681 


176,915 


947,843 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


8,750 


9,183,682 
(998,336) 


(990) 
(32,976) 


(3,504) 


67,164 




NET INCOME 


8,750 


10,182,018 


31,986 


(3,504) 


67,164 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


8,750 


2,168,785 
8,013,233 


3,600 

28,386 


(3,504) 


2,200 
64,964 




8,750 


10,182,018 


31,986 


(3,504) 


67,164 





168 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Mount Brydges 
536 


Mount Forest 
1,686 


Napanee 
2,033 


Nepean 
26,261 


Neustadt 

257 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
289,232 
98,229 


$ 
964,136 
358,739 


$ 
1,537,085 
547,535 


$ 
28,057,083 
7,868,041 


$ 
117,887 
46,224 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


191,003 

66,283 
20,000 
4,828 


605,397 

112,550 

53,775 

124,674 

2,553 


989,550 

176,184 

38,122 
70,750 


20,189,042 

1,693,023 

2,667,925 

863,428 

1,536,253 

62,652 


71,663 

5,444 

4,396 
6,631 
1,978 


Investments 

Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


91,111 
153,208 


293,552 
730,078 


285,056 
1,159,357 


6,823,281 

106,645 

10,000,420 


18,449 
95,729 




TOTAL ASSETS 


435,322 


1,629,027 


2,433,963 


37,119,388 


185,841 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


6,224 


- 


- 


6,242,000 
995,779 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenture rs 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


6,224 
1,862 


— 


— 


5,246,221 
832,000 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


4,362 

37,273 
4,280 


126,291 
14,954 


164,031 
91,765 


4,414,221 

3,555,975 
558.543 


11,692 
304 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


41,553 

31,259 
2,654 


141,245 

19,202 
1,986 


255,796 

78,826 
7,706 


4,114,518 

2,301,841 
144,468 


1 1 ,996 

2,370 

58 




RESERVES 


28,605 

207,594 
153,208 


17,216 

740,488 
730,078 


71,120 

947,690 
1,159,357 


2,157,373 

16,432.856 
10,000,420 


2,312 

75,804 
95,729 


UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


435,322 


1,629,027 


2,433,963 


37,119,388 


185,841 



Statements B and C 



169 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Mount Brydges 
536 


Mount Forest 
1,686 


Napanee 
2,033 


Nepean 
26,261 


Neustadt 

257 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
190,557 
17,036 

1 


$ 
701,567 
38,924 

(3) 


$ 
1,102,832 
(33,830) 

(86,262) 
(35,050) 


$ 

14,635,653 

1,797,202 

1 


$ 

67,856 
7,946 

2 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


207,594 


740,488 


947,690 


16,432,856 


75,804 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 


299,486 
4,369 


1,268,390 
22,3% 


1,772,8% 
95,826 


28,078,660 
795,056 


138,012 
892 




TOTAL REVENUE 


303,855 


1,290,786 


1,868,722 


28,873,716 


138,904 




EXPENSE 


248,781 

6,857 
9,476 
10,730 
10,235 
740 


1,118,202 

38,256 
33,903 
22,146 
34,419 
820 


1,603,500 

97,622 
66,814 
75,545 
56,650 
621 


22,867,892 

1,491,957 
755,384 
588,484 
887,720 
533,925 


115,543 

4,149 
2,943 
3,356 
4,800 
167 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


286,819 


1,247,746 


1,900,752 


27,125,362 


130,958 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


17,036 


43,040 
4,116 


(32,030) 
1,800 


1,748,354 
(48,848) 


7,946 






NET INCOME 


17,036 


38,924 


(33,830) 


1,797,202 


7,946 






1,678 
15,358 


38,924 


(33,830) 


741,000 
1,056,202 


7,946 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 




17,036 


38,924 


(33,830) 


1,797,202 


7,946 





170 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality '. 


Newburgh 
265 


Newbury 
185 


Newcastle 
5,584 


Newmarket 
10,045 


Niagara Falls 
26,301 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
285,975 
129,394 


$ 

89,785 
41,557 


$ 
4,905,778 
1,679,991 


$ 
11,600,356 
3,012,904 


$ 
25,455,780 
7,811,441 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


156,581 

13,283 

31,885 

4,359 

1,950 


48,228 

8,368 

692 
200 


3,225,787 

288,733 

135,839 

180,854 

8,697 


8,587,452 

1,209,959 

807,416 

475,226 

6,558 


17,644,339 

857,208 
1,500,000 

795,154 
1,034,864 

104,000 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


51,477 
77,445 


9,260 
65,957 


614,123 

1,088 

3,015,387 


2,499,159 

13,690 

3,538,074 


4,291,226 

764,204 

11,935,511 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 




TOTAL ASSETS 


285,503 


123,445 


6,856,385 


14,638,375 


34,635,280 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


- 


145,682 


1,311,692 


1,616,755 j 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


— 


145,682 
12,201 


1,311,692 
183,000 


1,616,755 
127,094 


Total 

LIABILITIES 

Current Liabilities 

Other Liabilities 


14,714 


11,521 
300 


133,481 

569,891 
139,260 


1,128,692 

1,220,153 
251,993 


1,489,661 

803,237 
719,304 


Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


14,714 

24,155 
3,714 


11,821 

3,830 
306 


709,151 

78,795 
6,303 


1,472,146 

1,814,143 
143,220 


1,522,541 

161,073 
14,126 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


20,441 

172,903 
77,445 


3,524 

42,143 
65,957 


72,492 

2,925,874 
3,015,387 


1 ,670,923 

6,828,540 
3,538,074 


146,947 

19,540,620 
11,935,511 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


285,503 


123,445 


6,856,385 


14,638,375 


34,635,280 



Statements B and C 



111 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Newburgh 
265 


Newbury 
185 


Newcastle 
5,584 


Newmarket 
10,045 


Niagara Falls 
26,301 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
157,506 
15,398 

(1) 


$ 

36,281 
5,862 


$ 
2,664,818 
261,054 

2 


$ 
6,558,204 
221,139 

49,200 
(3) 


$ 
18,889,371 
651,248 

1 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


172,903 


42,143 


2,925,874 


6,828,540 


19,540,620 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


167,196 
6,619 


120,625 
701 


5,344,064 
178,583 


8,475,109 
268,558 


20,701,241 
589,351 


TOTAL REVENUE 


173,815 


121,326 


5,522,647 


8,743,667 


21,290,592 




EXPENSE 


128,300 

7,876 
6,454 
5,168 
10,619 


99,293 

1,155 
4,388 
6,979 
3,649 


4,593,704 

178,771 
133,211 
151,421 
181,408 
23,078 


7,240,989 

388,987 
199,774 
214,852 
351,592 
159,298 


17,543,463 

1,016,135 
685,912 
458,554 
764,236 
171,044 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


158,417 


115,464 


5,261,593 


8,555,492 


20,639,344 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


15,398 


5,862 


261 ,054 


188,175 
(32,964) 


651,248 






NET INCOME 


15,398 


5,862 


261 ,054 


221,139 


651,248 






15,398 


5,862 


11,083 
249,971 


169,408 
51,731 


97,297 
553,951 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




15,398 


5,862 


261 ,054 


221,139 


651,248 





172 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Niagara On 
The Lake 


Nipigon Twp. 


North Bay 


N. Dorchester 
Twp. 


North York 




4,764 


907 


18,878 


440 


142,189 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


4,563,210 


533,566 


18,780,341 


308,700 


181,405,112 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


1,674,457 


281,750 


7,001,332 


105,230 


51,732,708 


Net fixed assets 


2,888,753 


251,816 


11,779,009 


203,470 


129,672,404 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


402,761 


71.7?5 


3,950 


28,824 


1,971 








1,500,000 




22,949,026 


Accounts Receivable 


264,141 


25,437 


733,426 


7,902 


10,349,214 


Inventory 


82,772 


29,889 


412,975 


1,766 


3,115,953 


Other 


2,333 


3,257 


11,700 


575 


3,498 


Total Current Assets 


752,007 


130,308 


2,662,051 


39,067 


36,419,662 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


— 


386,436 


3,260 


2,515,808 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


687,687 


454,059 


8,704,353 


150,810 


79,293,125 




TOTAL ASSETS 


4,328,447 


836,183 


23,531,849 


396,607 


247,900,999 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


1,710,847 


— 


3,901,761 


— 


2,046,410 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,046,410 




1,710,847 


_ 


3,901,761 


— 


_ 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


38,358 


— 


294,910 


— 


— 


Total 


1,672,489 


_ 


3,606,851 


_ 


_ 


LIABILITIES 














560,489 


57,099 


2,382,587 


40,944 


16,639,561 




68,158 


4,645 


236,263 


3,260 


5,720,808 




Total 


628,647 


61,744 


2,618,850 


44,204 


22,360,369 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 














57,049 


7,593 


815,837 


7,381 


2,098,314 


Less Amortization 


2,644 


528 


26,484 


578 


169,621 




54,405 


7,065 


789,353 


6,803 


1,928,693 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


1 ,285,219 


313,315 


7,812,442 


194,790 


144,318,812 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


687,687 


454,059 


8,704,353 


150,810 


79,293,125 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


4,328,447 


836,183 


23,531,849 


396,607 


247,900,999 



Statements B and C 



173 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Niagara On 
The Lake 

4,764 


Nipigon Twp. 
907 


North Bay 
18,878 


N. Dorchester 
Twp. 

440 


North York 
142,189 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
804,598 
92,328 

388,293 


$ 
310,633 
2,683 

(1) 


$ 
7,597,287 
207,124 

8,031 


$ 
186,424 
8,365 

1 


$ 

132,732,909 

11,585,905 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR .. 


1,285,219 


313,315 


7,812,442 


194,790 


144,318,812 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


4,037,979 
88,041 


722,644 
16,828 


18,492,390 
637,671 


293,526 
4,895 


183,919,534 

5,541,571 


TOTAL REVENUE 


4,126,020 


739,472 


19,130,061 


298,421 


189,461,105 




EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


3,208,240 

168,996 
115,382 
188,752 
167,796 
204,161 


573,542 

60,491 
45,297 
38,328 
19,131 


15,032,838 

1,189,769 
847,999 
589,235 
738,679 
524,417 


254,792 

4,850 
7,432 
11,421 
11,561 


157,111,579 

8,038,308 
4,015,966 
5,013,155 
6,922,132 
292,614 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


4,053,327 


736,789 


18,922,937 


290,056 


181,393,754 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


72,693 
(19,635) 


2,683 


207,124 


8,365 


8,067,351 
(3,518,554) 




NET INCOME 


92,328 


2,683 


207,124 


8,365 


11,585,905 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


7,000 

85,328 


2,683 


273,974 
(66,850) 


8,365 


2,914 
11,582,991 




92,328 


2,683 


207,124 


8,365 


11,585,905 





174 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Norwich 

1,307 


Norwood 
536 


Oakville 

23,662 


Oil Springs 
339 


Omemee 

384 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
776,045 
309,884 


$ 
339,993 
173,857 


$ 
43,149,753 
10,960,978 


$ 
162,249 
83,321 


$ 
293 ,967 
106,491 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash and Bank 

Investments 


466,161 

120,182 

19,665 


166,136 

37,782 

8,851 


32,188,775 

10,030,000 

1,466,831 

1,297,465 

37,327 


78,928 

20,337 

5,000 

2,670 

424 

39 


187,476 

40,782 

11,149 

5,067 

249 


Inventory 

Other 




139,847 

1,000 

514,473 


46,633 
209,040 


12,831,623 

655,092 

17,280,795 


28,470 
136,251 


57,247 
138,615 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,121,481 


421,809 


62,956,285 


243,649 


383,338 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


13,594 


- 


3,804,286 


- 


7,800 


Less Sinking Fund on 




Less Payments due within 
one year 


13,594 
7,594 


— 


3,804,286 
311,638 


— 


7,800 
500 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


6,000 

75,014 
22,721 


35,202 
1,176 


3,492,648 

5,126,890 
547,023 


14,568 
580 


7,300 

31,154 
2,470 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


97,735 

1,697 
128 


36,378 


5,673,913 

3,610,712 
286,059 


15,148 


33,624 

3,339 
431 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


1,569 

501,704 
514,473 


176,391 
209,040 


3,324,653 

33,184,276 
17,280,795 


92,250 
136,251 


2,908 

200,891 
138,615 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,121,481 


421,809 


62,956,285 


243,649 


383,338 



Statements B and C 



175 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Norwich 
1,307 


Norwood 
536 


Oakville 
23,662 


Oil Springs 
339 


Omemee 

384 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
455,362 
46,341 

1 


$ 
179,585 
(3,193) 

(1) 


$ 

31,021,345 

2,162,933 

(2) 


$ 
99,985 

(7,737) 

2 


$ 
183,848 
17,044 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


501,704 


176,391 


33,184,276 


92,250 


200,891 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


748,353 
29,482. 


365,766 
10,999 


39,790,321 
1,837,806 


147,237 
2,995 


306,168 
5,180 


TOTAL REVENUE 


777,835 


376,765 


41,628,127 


150,232 


311,348 




EXPENSE 


569,564 

60,218 
35,438 
36,478 
28,073 
1,723 


325,873 

9,639 

13,121 
15,525 
15,800 


34,678,269 

1,487,624 
844,715 
712,398 

1,306,476 
435,712 


131,462 

3,639 
7,595 
8,788 
6,485 


245,235 

12,415 
15,177 
8,390 
12,099 
988 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


731,494 


379,958 


39,465,194 


157,969 


294,304 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


46,341 


(3,193) 


2,162,933 


(7,737) 


17,044 




NET INCOME 


46,341 


(3,193) 


2,162,933 


(7,737) 


17,044 






7,109 
39,232 


(3,193) 


280,427 
1,882,506 


(7,737) 


500 

16,544 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


46,341 


(3,193) 


2,162,933 


(7,737) 


17,044 





176 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Orangeville 

4,927 


Orillia 
9,136 


Oshawa 

37,604 


Ottawa 

115,509 


Owen Sound 

7,426 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
3,755,693 
1,188,663 


$ 
17,241,193 
6,147,884 


$ 
35,652,101 
10,346,118 


$ 
123,888,797 
30,883,320 


$ 
6,366,257 
2,129,359 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




2,567,030 

984,042 

33,479 
118,172 
12,105 


11,093,309 

732,365 
510,000 
918,831 
524,961 


25,305,983 

334,962 

4,930,114 

3,853,439 

1,104,773 

8,669 


93,005,477 

19,895 

18,374,105 

7,884,216 

3,104,417 

139,911 


4,236,898 

551,285 

900,128 

260,347 

7,948 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,147,798 

11,682 

1,798,713 


2,686,157 

316,721 

3,067,779 


10,231,957 

40,913 

25,115,729 


29,522,544 

1,331,395 

61,448,813 


1,719,708 

9,855 

4,704,120 




TOTAL ASSETS 


5,525,223 


17,163,966 


60,694,582 


185,308,229 


10,670,581 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 


27,000 


3,472,480 


914,000 


4,400,000 


286,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenturers 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


27,000 
9,000 


3,472,480 
253,041 


914,000 
159,900 


4,400,000 
400,000 


286,000 
27,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


18,000 

414,108 
103,425 


3,219,439 

1,270,811 
129,555 


754,100 

5,712,679 
1,458,694 


4,000,000 

14,749,608 
1,923,289 


259,000 

858,883 
235,242 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


517,533 

253,919 
15,351 


1,400,366 


7,171,373 

1,181,524 
83,583 


16,672,897 

5,555,755 
376,794 


1,094,125 

51,543 
2,700 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


238,568 

2,952,409 
1,798,713 


247,696 
9,228,686 
3,067,779 


1,097,941 

26,555,439 
25,115,729 


5,178,961 

98,007,558 
61,448,813 


48,843 

4,564,493 
4,704,120 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


5,525,223 


17,163,966 


60,694,582 


185,308,229 


10,670,581 



Statements B and C 



111 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Orangeville 

4,927 


Orillia 
9,136 


Oshawa 

37,604 


Ottawa 

115,509 


Owen Sound 

7,426 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
2,812,845 
139,564 


$ 
8,680,255 

548,428 

3 


$ 

24,112,149 

2,443,287 

3 


$ 

92,653,120 

5,354,434 

4 


$ 
4,055,136 
509,359 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


2,952,409 


9,228,686 


26,555,439 


98,007,558 


4,564,493 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


4,254,699 
109,062 


9,160,464 
175,109 


49,923,440 

734,374 


134,468,873 
3,806,720 


7,883,865 
190,710 


TOTAL REVENUE 


4,363,761 


9,335,573 


50,657,814 


138,275,593 


8,074,575 




EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


3,703,794 

160,458 
156,542 
65,133 
135,666 
2,604 


5,847,820 
865,744 
622,670 
313,613 
224,990 
542,029 
360,279 


42,955,495 

1,778,651 
1,393,436 

713,212 
1,170,194 

120,883 


115,370,780 
923,469 
7,803,822 
2,900,815 
1,300,468 
3,974,988 
646,817 


6,661,035 

321,760 
200,632 
145,263 
235,521 
42,142 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


4,224,197 


8,777,145 


48,131,871 


132,921,159 


7,606,353 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


139,564 


558,428 
10,000 


2,525,943 
82,656 


5,354,434 


468,222 
(41,137) 




NET INCOME 


139,564 


548,428 


2,443,287 


5,354,434 


509,359 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


10,000 
129,564 


237,687 
310,741 


147,300 
2,295,987 


400,000 
4,954,434 


24,000 
485,359 




139,564 


548,428 


2,443,287 


5,354,434 


509,359 





178 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Paisley 
483 




Paris 


Parkhill 


Parry Sound 
2,788 




875 


2,887 


596 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




354,171 


655,093 


2,656,955 


570,509 


2,996,330 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


109,395 


296,593 


881,532 


213,438 


1,163,642 


Net fixed assets 


244,776 


358,500 


1,775,423 


357,071 


1,832,688 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


22,674 


44,893 


178,097 


106,580 


95,525 


Investments 


— 


— 


— 


— 


470,000 


Accounts Receivable 


9,936 


6,862 


87,653 


28,458 


46,390 


Inventory 


14,379 


15,774 


86,112 


4,788 


127,241 


Other 


— 


493 


— 


— 


3,064 


Total Current Assets 


46,989 


68,022 


351,862 


139,826 


742,220 


OTHER ASSETS 








1,345 


56,871 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


215,101 


445,745 


1 ,387,904 


322,924 


1,133,638 




TOTAL ASSETS 


506,866 


872,267 


3,515,189 


821,166 


3,765,417 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


14,000 


98,000 


160,313 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


— 


14,000 


98,000 


160,313 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


7,000 


6,000 


6,591 


Total 


— 


— 


7,000 


92,000 


153,722 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


35,886 


8,551 


201,003 


70,239 


282,953 




2,718 


3,382 


39,846 


3,200 


47,498 




Total 


38,604 


11,933 


240,849 


73,439 


330,451 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


6,322 


26,741 


15,956 


81,253 


Less Amortization 


— 


437 


2,738 


882 


8,361 




— 


5,885 


24,003 


15,074 


72,892 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


253,161 


408,704 


1,855,433 


317,729 


2,074,714 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO. ... 


215,101 


445,745 


1,387,904 


322,924 


1,133,638 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


506,866 


872,267 


3,515,189 


821,166 


3,765,417 



Statements B and C 



179 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Paisley 
483 


Palmerston 

875 


Paris 
2,887 


Parkhill 
596 


Parry Sound 
2,788 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

263,280 
(10,121) 

2 


$ 
382,937 
25,767 


$ 
1,727,148 
128,286 

(1) 


$ 
314,901 
2,831 

(3) 


$ 
1 ,842,830 
231,884 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


253,161 


408,704 


1,855,433 


317,729 


2,074,714 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


380,433 
5,745 


605,350 
20,826 


2,099,648 

57,592 


511,780 
20,626 


2,605,086 
97,597 


TOTAL REVENUE 


386,178 


626,176 


2,157,240 


532,406 


2,702,683 




EXPENSE 


330,897 

11,363 
15,721 
20,155 
13,341 
164 


480,588 

37,912 
23,755 
36,026 
22,081 

47 


1,680,463 

126,404 
52,289 
77,141 
91,456 
4,836 


442,294 

22,629 
16,720 
18,019 
18,963 
10,950 


2,053,163 
49,628 

104,591 
62,416 
49,069 

111,663 
21,345 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


391,641 


600,409 


2,032,589 


529,575 


2,451,875 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(5,463) 
4,658 


25,767 


124,651 
(3,635) 


2,831 


250,808 
18,924 




NET INCOME 


(10,121) 


25,767 


128,286 


2,831 


231,884 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


3,000 
(13,121) 


25,767 


6,000 
122,286 


5,000 
(2,169) 


7,131 
224,753 




(10,121) 


25,767 


128,286 


2,831 


231,884 





180 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Pelham 

1,117 


Pembroke 

5,758 


Penetang- 

uishene 

1,899 


Perth 
2,802 


Peterborough 
22,530 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
759,905 
333,186 


$ 
6,703,004 
3,365,798 


$ 
1,439,558 
575,420 


$ 
2,372,604 
931,518 


$ 
29,621,947 
12,234,469 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




426,719 

3,836 

25,967 
16,190 
133,662 


3,337,206 

207,809 

204,724 
293,017 


864,138 

240,984 
75,000 
84,562 
19,025 
5,362 


1,441,086 

158,841 

77,141 

106,626 

647 


17,387,478 

783,817 

991 ,350 

1,824,966 

529,221 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




179,655 

3,000 

343,600 


705,550 

221,032 

1 ,428,282 


424,933 
1,070,395 


343,255 

5,014 

1,585,794 


4,129,354 

236,663 

13,222,199 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


952,974 


5,692,070 


2,359,466 


3,375,149 


34,975,694 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


61,333 


1,222,538 


- 


- 


2,650,252 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


61 ,333 
9,500 


1 ,222,538 
179,221 


— 


— 


2,650,252 
424,730 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


51,833 

81,657 
5,990 


1,043,317 

673,255 
61,906 


212,762 
2,248 


348,974 
36,375 


2,225,522 

2,746,925 
553,584 


Other Liabilities 


Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


87,647 

26,034 
2,547 


735,161 

101,518 
6,608 


215,010 

57,160 
5,887 


385,349 

196,411 
17,687 


3,300,509 

414,521 
22,339 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


23,487 

446,407 
343,600 


94,910 

2,390,400 

1 ,428,282 


51,273 

1,022,788 
1 ,070,395 


178,724 

1 ,225,282 
1 ,585,794 


392,182 

15,835,282 
13,222,199 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


952,974 


5,692,070 


2,359,466 


3,375,149 


34,975,694 



Statements B and C 



181 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Pelham 
1,117 


Pembroke 
5,758 


Penetang- 

uishene 

1,899 


Perth 
2,802 


Peterborough 
22,530 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
424,873 
21,536 

(2) 


$ 
2,159,961 
230,436 

3 


$ 
1,037,357 
(14,567) 

(2) 


$ 
1,221,957 
3,325 


$ 
13,461,033 

2,374,247 

2 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


446,407 


2,390,400 


1,022,788 


1,225,282 


15,835,282 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


684,680 
20,632 ■ 


5,156,448 
148,383 


1,849,405 

44,766 


2,800,686 
29,634 


24,905,859 
1,229,339 


TOTAL REVENUE 


705,312 


5,304,831 


1,894,171 


2,830,320 


26,135,198 




EXPENSE 


543,144 

35,020 
34,164 
33,548 
31,178 
6,722 


4,145,928 
15,558 
241,931 
163,117 
166,999 
233,727 
107,135 


1,681,650 

107,188 
43,313 
28,367 
48,220 


2,560,737 

88,434 
61,550 
46,036 
76,388 
46 


19,408,505 
174,201 

1,276,865 
691,392 
764,121 

1,164,271 
281,596 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


683,776 


5,074,395 


1,908,738 


2,833,191 


23,760,951 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


21,536 


230,436 


(14,567) 


(2,871) 
(6,196) 


2,374,247 






NET INCOME 


21,536 


230,436 


(14,567) 


3,325 


2,374,247 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


9,083 
12,453 


155,000 
75,436 


(14,567) 


3,325 


420,702 
1,953,545 




21,536 


230,436 


(14,567) 


3,325 


2,374,247 





182 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Petrolia 
1,708 


Pickering 
14,141 


Picton 
1,955 


Plantagenet 
360 


Point Edward 
1,011 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,581,087 
655,261 


$ 
12,582,021 
1,643,282 


$ 
1,824,839 
706,080 


$ 
302,654 
125,494 


$ 
635,935 
297,771 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


925,826 

10,873 

101,021 

53,657 

90,647 

3,890 


10,938,739 

882,287 

1,000,000 

733,261 

871,597 

51,287 


1,118,759 

127,929 
77,700 
67,795 

118,847 


177,160 

55,906 

10,000 

3,879 

1,765 


338,164 

115,055 

52,500 

39,433 

1,882 




Inventory 

Other 




260,088 
875,998 


3,538,432 
3,615,519 


392,271 

3,285 

1,129,674 


71,550 

5,600 

146,888 


208,870 
1,409,348 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,061,912 


18,092,690 


2,643,989 


401,198 


1,956,382 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


5,885,153 


224,000 


31,500 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


5,885,153 
112,000 


224,000 
16,000 


31,500 
7,500 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


161,350 
32,938 


5,773,153 

1,611,063 
943,420 


208,000 

156,725 
38,340 


24,000 

43,310 
1,621 


150,710 
6,229 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


194,288 

35,494 
1,958 


2,554,483 

3,262,058 
146,485 


195,065 

41,043 
3,217 


44,931 

7,184 
683 


156,939 

90,357 
7,912 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


33,536 

958,090 
875,998 


3,115,573 

3,033,962 
3,615,519 


37,826 

1,073,424 
1,129,674 


6,501 

178,878 
146,888 


82,445 

307,650 
1,409,348 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


2,061,912 


18,092,690 


2,643,989 


401,198 


1,956,382 



Statements B and C 



183 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Petrolia 
1,708 


Pickering 
14,141 


Picton 

1,955 


Plantagenet 
360 


Point Edward 
1,011 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
903,490 
54,598 

2 


$ 
1,593,584 
1,464,438 

(24,060) 


$ 
1,034,027 
39,400 

(3) 


$ 
166,939 
11,940 

(1) 


$ 
316,023 
(8,372) 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


958,090 


3,033,962 


1,073,424 


178,878 


307,650 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,260,822 
35,629 


13,902,508 
514,336 


1,573,613 
57,193 


340,196 
4,346 


1,612,913 
14,226 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,296,451 


14,416,844 


1,630,806 


344,542 


1,627,139 




EXPENSE 


986,744 

88,117 
33,658 
82,134 
45,793 
5,407 


10,430,177 

489,321 
391,255 
465,570 
476,761 
721,103 


1,278,248 

54,247 
72,535 
77,916 
62,226 
40,284 


288,233 

7,334 
8,945 
13,868 
11,061 
3,161 


1,497,510 

27,696 
36,301 
52,161 
21,843 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,241,853 


12,974,187 


1,585,456 


332,602 


1,635,511 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


54,598 


1,442,657 
(21,781) 


45,350 
5,950 


1 1 ,940 


(8,372) 




NET INCOME 


54,598 


1,464,438 


39,400 


11,940 


(8,372) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


16,240 
38,358 


141,373 
1,323,065 


14,000 
25,400 


7,000 
4,940 


(8,372) 




54,598 


1,464,438 


39,400 


11,940 


(8,372) 





184 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Port Burwell 


Port Colborne 


Port Dover 


Port Elgin 


Port Hope 




393 


7,933 


1,908 


2,442 


3,645 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


207,750 


6,510,274 


1,568,054 


2,862,450 


4,178,936 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


118,607 


2,599,689 


512,234 


740,073 


1,382,516 


Net fixed assets 


89,143 


3,910,585 


1,055,820 


2,122,377 


2,796,420 


CURRENT ASSETS 














6,621 


671 ,998 


6,483 


589,341 


507 ,967 


Investments 




300,000 


105,000 






Accounts Receivable 


4,857 


189,000 


49,818 


18,643 


52,891 


Inventory 


3,263 


180,855 


58,170 


41,136 


110,752 


Other 


— 


6,054 


1,137 


— 


5,466 


Total Current Assets 


14,741 


1,347,907 


220,608 


649,120 


677,076 


OTHER ASSETS 




52,092 




1,968 


43,910 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


83,295 


3,213,335 


590,771 


1,034,923 


2,886,423 




TOTAL ASSETS 


187,179 


8,523,919 


1,867,199 


3,808,388 


6,403,829 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


1,565,150 


159,000 


237,830 


29,562 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


1,565,150 


159,000 


237,830 


29,562 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


83,448 


16,000 


9,442 


2,367 


Total 


— 


1,481,702 


143,000 


228,388 


27,195 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


31,510 


786,746 


178,302 


297,354 


603,418 




2,038 


524,545 


37,498 


2,437 


106,252 




Total 


33,548 


1,311,291 


215,800 


299,791 


709,670 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


5,493 


150,244 


72,156 


68,006 


243,011 




412 


12,507 


7,472 


4,904 


24,705 




RESERVES 


5,081 
65,255 


137,737 
2,379,854 


64,684 
852,944 


63,102 
2,182,184 


218,306 
2,562,235 


UTILITY EQUITY 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


83,295 


3,213,335 


590,771 


1,034,923 


2,886,423 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


187,179 


8,523,919 


1,867,199 

1 


3,808,388 




6,403,829 



Statements B and C 



185 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Port Burwell 
393 


Port Colborne 
7,933 


Port Dover 
1,908 


Port Elgin 
2,442 


Port Hope 
3,645 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 
land/street lighting plant received in year 


$ 

74,543 
(9,288) 


$ 
2,339,613 
40,239 

2 


$ 
845,065 
7,879 


$ 
2,097,5% 
84,588 


$ 
2,463,565 
98,667 

3 




UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


65,255 


2,379,854 


852,944 


2,182,184 


2,562,235 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


167,490 
2,516 


7,144,752 
136,151 


1,088,186 

58,428 


2,592,836 
56,740 


5,653,458 
95,814 


TOTAL REVENUE 


170,006 


7,280,903 


1,146,614 


2,649,576 


5,749,272 




EXPENSE 


121,290 

9,747 
21,945 
9,829 
8,213 
1,578 


5,713,756 

408,966 
313,472 
336,572 
245,223 
222,675 


830,202 

55,204 
78,996 
103,770 
52,756 
17,807 


2,229,369 

80,765 
70,383 
66,793 
92,939 

24,739 


4,977,468 

236,027 
130,767 
173,270 
130,455 
2,618 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 




172,602 


7,240,664 


1,138,735 


2,564,988 


5,650,605 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(2,596) 
6,692 


40,239 


7,879 


84,588 


98,667 






NET INCOME 


(9,288) 


40,239 


7,879 


84,588 


98,667 






(9,288) 


72,109 
(31,870) 


15,000 
(7,121) 


9,053 

75,535 


98,667 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




(9,288) 


40,239 


7,879 


84,588 


98,667 





186 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Port McNicoll 


Port Rowan 


Port Stanley 


Prescott 


Priceville 




879 


420 


1,163 


2,088 


105 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




300,407 


224,686 


506,530 


1,005,723 


54,807 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


136,093 


92,665 


277,470 


571,050 


26,139 


Net fixed assets 


164,314 


132,021 


229,060 


434,673 


28,668 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


35,046 


20,418 


67,796 


122,709 


6,146 


Investments 


15,000 


10,000 


— 


57,400 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


40,668 


13,353 


19,385 


57,350 


2,559 


Inventory 


14,474 


6,250 


14,784 


66,872 


801 


Other 


1,387 


90 


— 


945 


42 


Total Current Assets 


106,575 


50,111 


101,965 


305,276 


9,548 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


— 


6,095 


— 


818 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


312,932 


113,607 


411,577 


1,097,510 


21,577 


TOTAL ASSETS 


583,821 


295,739 


748,697 


1,837,459 


60,611 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


— 


22,000 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 














— 


— 


— 


— 


— 






— 


— 


22,000 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


Total 


_ 


_ 


19,000 


_ 


_ 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


43,717 


16,874 


50,772 


147,969 


4,450 




578 


700 


2,095 


22,846 


750 




Total 


44,295 


17,574 


52,867 


170,815 


5,200 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


3,570 


632 


16,966 


4,463 


1,371 


Less Amortization 


138 


42 


1,412 


321 


122 




3,432 


590 


15,554 


4,142 


1,249 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


223,162 


163,968 


249.699 


564,992 


32,585 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


312,932 


113,607 


411,577 


1,097,510 


21 ,577 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


583,821 


295,739 


748,697 


1,837,459 


60,611 



Statements B and C 



187 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Port McNicoll 
879 


Port Rowan 
420 


Port Stanley 
1,163 


Prescott 
2,088 


Priceville 
105 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

234,864 
(11,701) 

(1) 


$ 
161,064 
2,904 


$ 
228,316 
21,379 

4 


$ 
566,374 
(1,381) 

(1) 


$ 

31,985 
600 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


223,162 


163,968 


249,699 


564,992 


32,585 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


500,652 
13,238 


165,553 
9,912 


549,688 
17,421 


1 ,529,374 
68,565 


41,082 
637 


TOTAL REVENUE 


513,890 


175,465 


567,109 


1,597,939 


41,719 


EXPENSE 


469,657 

21,840 
10,497 
12,230 
11,367 


135,734 

8,661 
9,828 
10,003 
8,335 


424,464 

41,529 
21,364 
36,936 
19,312 
2,125 


1 ,386,825 

63,147 
54,043 
52,434 
42,863 
8 


32,631 

2,998 
1,872 
1,345 

2,273 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


525,591 


172,561 


545,730 


1,599,320 


41,119 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(11,701) 


2,904 


21,379 


(1,381) 


600 






NET INCOME 


(11,701) 


2,904 


21,379 


(1,381) 


600 






(11,701) 


2,904 


3,000 
18,379 


(1,381) 


600 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




(11,701) 


2,904 


21,379 


(1,381) 


600 





188 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Rainy River 

475 


Red Rock 

413 


Renfrew 
3,509 


Richmond Hill 
13,554 


Ridgetown 
1,307 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
290,751 
141 ,623 


$ 
196,107 
105,499 


$ 
4,534,368 
1,587,379 


$ 
18,704,756 
4,737,440 


$ 
833,493 
330,553 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


149,128 

19,811 
10,2% 
7,861 
14,171 
759 


90,608 
36,838 
4,236 


2,946,989 

258,745 
77,904 
88,281 

116,206 


13,967,316 

575,799 

1,090,271 

1,008,483 

38,835 


502,940 

85,442 
79,655 
26,222 
11,227 
35 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




52,898 
170,206 


41,074 

9,338 

190,984 


541,136 

4,868 

1,224,700 


2,713,388 

42,478 

5,560,944 


202,581 

221 

586,601 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL ASSETS 


372,232 


332,004 


4,717,693 


22,284,126 


1,292,343 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debentures 


- 


- 


510,000 


3,400,015 


9,000 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


— 


510,000 
71,000 


3,400,015 
269,967 


9,000 
2,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


44,639 


28,098 
450 


439,000 

390,848 
31,741 


3,130,048 

1,670,442 
218,700 


7,000 

81,411 
6,843 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


44,639 

3,398 
544 


28,548 


422,589 

38,500 
3,660 


1,889,142 

4,478,912 
269,770 


88,254 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


2,854 

154,533 
170,206 


112,472 
190,984 


34,840 

2,596,564 
1,224,700 


4,209,142 

7,494,850 
5,560,944 


610,488 
586,601 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


372,232 


332,004 


4,717,693 


22,284,126 


1,292,343 



Statements B and C 



189 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Rainy River 

475 


Red Rock 

413 


Renfrew 
3,509 


Richmond Hill 
13,554 


Ridgetown 
1,307 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
165,879 
(11,350) 

4 


$ 
110,549 
1,924 

(1) 


$ 
2,307,017 
289,549 

(2) 


$ 
6,639,150 
855,697 

3 


$ 
589,882 
20,609 

(3) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


154,533 


112,472 


2,596,564 


7,494,850 


610,488 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


377,941 
4,655 


278,567 
3,964 


3,207,764 
52,157 


13,476,140 
321,303 


912,811 
26,397 


TOTAL REVENUE 


382,596 


282,531 


3,259,921 


13,797,443 


939,208 




EXPENSE 


323,273 

12,290 
28,155 
18,153 
12,075 


222,266 

26,041 
13,613 
10,785 
7,902 


2,324,632 
128,781 
123,720 

92,160 
108,481 
130,128 

69,622 


10,676,220 

615,881 
405,182 
348,849 
522,788 
372,826 


749,743 

62,106 
29,447 
50,708 
31,067 
1,019 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


393,946 


280,607 


2,977,524 


12,941,746 


924,090 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(11,350) 


1,924 


282,397 
(7,152) 


855,697 


15,118 
(5,491) 




NET INCOME 


(11,350) 


1,924 


289,549 


855,697 


20,609 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(11,350) 


1,924 


63,500 
226,049 


245,120 
610,577 


2,000 
18,609 




(11,350) 


1,924 


289,549 


855,697 


20,609 





190 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Ripley 


Rockland 


Rockwood 


Rodney 


Rosseau 




294 


1,537 


472 


477 


163 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


161,328 


1,023,320 


304,722 


153,559 


123,244 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


62,600 


358,160 


85,789 


91,294 


41,178 


Net fixed assets 


98,728 


665,160 


218,933 


62,265 


82,066 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


27,709 


91,608 


8,127 


11,081 


3,446 


Investments 


— 


22,405 


20,000 


25,000 


6,000 




10,311 


51,543 


3,021 


4,928 


3,401 


Inventory 


3,896 


11,859 




191 


2,460 


Other 


— 


3,781 


311 


— 


9 


Total Current Assets 


41,916 


181,196 


31,459 


41,200 


15,316 


OTHER ASSETS 










3,733 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


155,370 


461,343 


171,394 


180,061 


55,688 




TOTAL ASSETS 


296,014 


1,307,699 


421,786 


283,526 


156,803 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


13,000 


— 


— 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


13,000 


— 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


5,000 


— 


— 


— 


Total 


— 


8,000 


— 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


23,673 


158,560 


36,491 


24,102 


7,317 




410 


16,266 


3,564 


1,395 


- 




Total 


24,083 


174,826 


40,055 


25,497 


7,317 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


72,276 


9,968 


7,500 


97 




— 


10,371 


623 


1,200 


5 






— 


61,905 


9,345 


6,300 


92 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


116,561 


601,625 


200,992 


71,668 


93,706 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


155,370 


461,343 


171,394 


180,061 


55,688 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


296,014 


1,307,699 


421,786 


283,526 


156,803 



Statements B and C 



191 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Ripley 
294 


Rockland 

1,537 


Rockwood 

472 


Rodney 

477 


Rosseau 

163 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

96,347 
20,214 


$ 
605,466 
23,284 

(6,167) 
(20,958) 


$ 

174,821 
26,175 

(4) 


$ 

78,299 
(6,630) 

(1) 


$ 

99,002 
(5,295) 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


116,561 


601,625 


200,992 


71,668 


93,706 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


252,010 
1,612 


1,346,994 
16,302 


337,590 
6,660 


247,580 
6,098 


77,240 
1,558 


TOTAL REVENUE 


253,622 


1,363,2% 


344,250 


253,678 


78,798 




EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 

Local Generation 


208,197 

9,809 
5,568 
3,035 
6,571 
228 


1,160,358 

59,491 
34,509 
43,953 
35,160 
6,541 


273,732 

8,082 
13,493 
11,607 
11,068 
93 


219,366 

10,709 
8,203 

15,794 
6.236 


70,417 

4,781 
1,809 
1,784 
5,302 


Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


233,408 


1,340,012 


318,075 


260,308 


84,093 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


20,214 


23,284 


26 J 75 


(6,630) 


(5,295) 






NET INCOME 


20,214 


23,284 


26,175 


(6,630) 


(5,295) 






20,214 


5,000 

18,284 


26,175 


(6,630) 


(5,295) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




20,214 


23,284 


26,175 


(6,630) 


(5,295) 





192 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Russell 


Sandwich West 
Twp. 


Sarnia 


Scarborough 


Schreiber Twp. 




511 


4,294 


17,229 


111,524 


795 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




352,142 


2,769,669 


13,775,602 


130,886,216 


428,620 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


113,241 


1 ,016,468 


6,550,429 


35,683,382 


209,779 


Net fixed assets 


238,901 


1,753,201 


7,225,173 


95,202,834 


218,841 


CURRENT ASSETS 
















49,320 


703,669 


592,553 


44,257 


Investments 


— 


295,770 




6,941,598 


2,000 




13,694 


157,984 


932,395 


10,429,426 


50,731 


Inventory 


980 


75,728 


748,658 


5,193,166 


29,396 


Other 


— 


640 


34,946 


76,989 


618 




14,674 


579,442 


2,419,668 


23,233,732 


127,002 


OTHER ASSETS 




1,623 


824,723 


5,272,752 




EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


152,727 


1,276,546 


16,713,903 


54,161,159 


350,927 




TOTAL ASSETS 


406,302 


3,610,812 


27,183,467 


177,870,477 


6%,770 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


35,455 


25,000 


1,207,7% 


16,440,310 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


5,560,762 


— 




35,455 


25,000 


1,207,7% 


10,879,548 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


10,455 


8,000 


106,998 


2,880,155 


— 


Total 


25,000 


17,000 


1,100,798 


7,999,393 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


65,101 


308,864 


1,778,382 


16,009,386 


84,846 


Other Liabilities 


2,295 


67,268 


92,148 


5,747,557 


743 


Total 


67,3% 


376,132 


1,870,530 


21,756,943 


85,589 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


11,047 


437,224 


188,871 


8,991,364 


— 


Less Amortization 


1,542 


48,615 


5,645 


581,913 


— 




9,505 


388,609 


183,226 


8,409,451 


— 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


151,674 


1 ,552,525 


7,315,010 


85,543,531 


260,254 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


152,727 


1,276,546 


16,713,903 


54,161,159 


350,927 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


406,302 


3,610,812 


27,183,467 


177,870,477 


6%,770 



Statements B and C 



193 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Russell 
511 


Sandwich West 
Twp. 
4,294 


Sarnia 
17,229 


Scarborough 
111,524 


Schreiber Twp. 
795 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
143,610 
8,064 


$ 
1 ,457,567 
94,959 

(1) 


$ 
6,794,162 
520,843 

5 


$ 
78,720,289 
6.S23,241 

1 


$ 
216,333 
43,923 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


151,674 


1,552,525 


7,315,010 


85,543,531 


260,254 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


456,891 
8,825 


2,749,787 
76,762 


23,318,305 

254,723 


131,465,915 
3,399,224 


730,279 
8,203 


TOTAL REVENUE 


465,716 


2,826,549 


23,573,028 


134,865,139 


738,482 




EXPENSE 


417,886 

3,243 
8,244 
8,622 
13,817 
5,840 


2,418,162 

161,257 
66,205 
48,095 
88,310 
2,835 


20,246,926 

1,599,698 
505,849 
442,156 
506,933 
150,378 


113,526,560 

5,376,679 
3,468,620 
2,074,094 
4,332,260 
806,607 


615,822 

20,898 
21,273 
17,202 
17,772 
1,592 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


457,652 


2,784,864 


23,451,940 


129,584,820 


694,559 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


8,064 


41,685 
(53,274) 


121,088 
(399,755) 


5,280,319 
(1,542,922) 


43,923 






NET INCOME 


8,064 


94,959 


520,843 


6,823,241 


43,923 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


8,045 
19 


7,000 
87,959 


47,736 
473,107 


1,023,198 
5,800,043 


43,923 




8,064 


94,959 


520,843 


6,823,241 


43,923 





194 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Scugog 


Seaforth 


Shelbume 


Simcoe 


Sioux Lookout 




1,702 


1,012 


1,132 


5,204 


1,189 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




1,356,816 


747,953 


954,872 


5,413,883 


1,220,560 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


447,645 


259,570 


372,449 


1,739,548 


445,399 


Net fixed assets 


909,171 


488,383 


582,423 


3,674,335 


775,161 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


38,578 


85,8Q9 


138,365 


477,613 


— 


Investments 


150,000 


— 


10,000 


' — 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


11,866 


23,534 


20,900 


245,699 


78,070 


Inventory 


52,402 


28,677 


22,877 


435,976 


88,797 


Other 


1,287 


— 


588 


4,083 


3,009 


Total Current Assets 


254,133 


138,110 


192,730 


1,163,371 


169,876 


OTHER ASSETS 


256 


— 


1,952 


— 


— 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


652,108 


552,176 


469,332 


2,965,413 


559,697 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,815,668 


1,178,669 


1,246,437 


7,803,119 


1,504,734 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


57,369 


— 


66,000 


87,000 


242,105 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




57,369 


— 


66,000 


87,000 


242,105 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


21,195 


— 


7,000 


42,000 


37,759 


Total 


36,174 


— 


59,000 


45,000 


204,346 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


157,042 


90,313 


102,659 


581,117 


311,763 


Other Liabilities 


22,073 


4,843 


20,393 


118,075 


4,373 


Total 


179,115 


95,156 


123,052 


699,192 


316,136 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


61,643 


6,089 


48,472 


90,603 


60,210 




4,010 


504 


4,032 


6,946 


6,581 




RESERVES 


57,633 
890,638 


5,585 
525,752 


44,440 
550,613 


83,657 
4,009,857 


53,629 
370,926 


UTILITY EQUITY 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


652,108 


552,176 


469,332 


2,965,413 


559,697 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,815,668 


1,178,669 


1,246,437 


7,803,119 


1,504,734 



Statements B and C 



195 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Scugog 
1,702 


Seaforth 
1,012 


Shelburne 
1,132 


Simcoe 
5,204 


Sioux Lookout 
1,189 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
900,585 
(9,946) 

(1) 


$ 
532,456 
(6,704) 


$ 
524,793 
25,820 


$ 
3,855,068 
101,115 

53,674 


$ 
335,579 
35,353 

(6) 


UTILITY EQUITY, E^D OF YEAR 


890,638 


525,752 


550,613 


4,009,857 


370,926 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 


1 ,369,094 
38,829 


708,942 
29,360 


931,645 
21,093 


5,634,779 
262,869 


1,213,097 
15,194 


Other Operating Revenue 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,407,923 


738,302 


952,738 


5,897,648 


1,228,291 




EXPENSE 


1,227,058 

47,519 
41,994 
48,234 
43,271 
9,793 


591,858 

61,988 
23,659 
47,979 
23,653 

47 


773,558 

34,815 
34,954 
41,122 
34,002 
8,467 


4,750,610 

338,529 
299,642 
201,493 
181,673 
15,652 


909,568 

94,101 
40,169 
55,761 
40,264 
53,075 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,417,869 


749,184 


926,918 


5,787,599 


1,192,938 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(9,946) 


(10,882) 
(4,178) 


25,820 


110,049 
8,934 


35,353 




NET INCOME 


(9,946) 


(6,704) 


25,820 


101,115 


35,353 






20,195 
(30,141) 


(6,704) 


6,000 
19,820 


37,000 
64,115 


32,651 
2,702 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




(9,946) 


(6,704) 


25,820 


101,115 


35,353 





196 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Smiths Falls 
4,084 


South Dumfries 
365 


South River 
493 


South West 
Oxford 

352 


Southampton 
1,762 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
2,972,599 
1,271,271 


$ 
199,262 
90,662 


$ 
330,696 
163,907 


$ 
295,520 
139,663 


$ 
1,429,471 
398,605 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 




1,701,328 

625,204 

40,898 

117,634 

3,859 


108,600 

23,239 

3,664 
14,825 


166,789 

44,208 

10,831 
58 


155,857 

76,892 
60,000 

5,640 
62 

1,666 


1,030,866 

199,295 

54,802 

57,092 

1,971 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments 


Inve ntory 

Other 




787,595 
2,389,399 


41,728 
198,200 


55,097 
144,777 


144,260 
644,885 


313,160 

12,010 

609,188 


OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


4,878,322 


348,528 


366,663 


945,002 


1,965,224 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


- 


- 


14,500 


191,000 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


— 


— 


14,500 
500 


191,000 
32,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


320,601 
61,546 


32,597 
681 


31,148 
2,944 


14,000 
67,301 


159,000 

168,231 
11,845 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


382,147 


33,278 

18,750 
2,857 


34,092 

2,963 
136 


67,301 

3,500 
100 


180,076 

39,853 
3,090 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


2,106,776 
2,389,399 


15,893 

101,157 
198,200 


2,827 

184,967 
144,777 


3,400 

215,416 
644,885 


36,763 

980,197 
609,188 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


4,878,322 


348,528 


366,663 


945,002 


1,965,224 



Statements B and C 



197 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Smiths Falls 
4,084 


South Dumfries 
365 


South River 
493 


South West 
Oxford 

352 


Southampton 

1,762 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
2,113,191 
(6,415) 


$ 

92,959 
8,194 

4 


$ 
181,339 
3,631 

(3) 


$ 
207,486 
7,931 

(1) 


$ 
886,365 
93,834 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


2,106,776 


101,157 


184,967 


215,416 


980,197 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


3,578,786 
88,591 


344,158 
3,439 


359,734 
6,220 


759,980 
13,886 


1,282,214 
29,772 


TOTAL REVENUE 


3,667,377 


347,597 


365,954 


773,866 


1,311,986 




EXPENSE 


3,209,066 

130,127 
142,150 
85,705 
113,326 
1,277 


306,541 

7,831 
10,513 
7,367 
7,111 
40 


313,629 

11,542 
11,225 
12,543 
13,367 
17 


712,527 

8,739 
15,302 
15,659 
12,109 

1,599 


1 ,024,204 

56,322 
33,824 
34,239 
45,424 
24,139 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


3,681,651 


339,403 


362,323 


765,935 


1,218,152 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(14,274) 
(7,859) 


8,194 


3,631 


7,931 


93,834 




NET INCOME 


(6,415) 


8,194 


3,631 


7,931 


93,834 






(6,415) 


8,194 


3,631 


100 
7,831 


43,935 
49,899 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




(6,415) 


8,194 


3,631 


7,931 


93,834 





198 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Springfield 


St. Catharines 


St. Clair Beach 


St. Marys 


St. Thomas 




214 


43,873 


933 


2,060 


10,430 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




85,233 


36,890,318 


1,081,149 


1,898,125 


6,992,987 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


55,211 


11,682,485 


274,789 


726,756 


3,274,825 


Net fixed assets 


30,022 


25,207,833 


806,360 


1,171,369 


3,718,162 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


24,454 


2,068,197 


66,275 


57,282 


976,746 


Investments 


— 


976,390 


— 


43,000 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


4,726 


4,394,342 


21,987 


87,365 


792,416 


Inventory 


— 


1,825,426 


4,448 


105,129 


262,925 


Other 


— 


2,076 


— 


— 


2,734 


Total Current Assets 


29,180 


9,266,431 


92,710 


292,776 


2,034,821 


OTHER ASSETS 


87,319 


595,063 
29,840,603 


271,561 


1,559,656 


10,926 
6,148,242 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


146,521 


64,909,930 


1,170,631 


3,023,801 


11,912,151 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


1,609,116 


— 


— 


86,428 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


1,609,116 


— 


— 


86,428 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


236.830 


— 


— 


20,558 


Total 


— 


1,372,286 


— 


— 


65,870 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


12,856 


4,905,612 


73,672 


382,519 


809,224 




525 


857,335 


845 


5,201 


505,354 




Total 


13,381 


5,762,947 


74,517 


387,720 


1,314,578 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


600 


328,528 


73,261 


13,799 


21,255 




56 


30,888 


4,024 


545 


1,207 






544 


297,640 


69,237 


13,254 


20,048 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


45,277 


27,636,454 


755,316 


1,063,171 


4,363,413 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


87,319 


29,840,603 


271,561 


1,559,656 


6,148,242 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


146,521 


64,909,930 


1,170,631 


3,023,801 


11,912,151 



Statements B and C 



199 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Springfield 
214 


St. Catharines 
43,873 


St. Clair Beach 
933 


St. Marys 
2,060 


St. Thomas 
10,430 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

42,842 
2,433 

2 


$ 
27,408,952 
227,501 

1 


$ 
760,734 
(5,416) 

(2) 


$ 
999,477 
63,692 

2 


$ 
3,949,132 
414,283 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


45,277 


27,636,454 


755,316 


1,063,171 


4,363,413 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


105,678 
2,471 


52,743,733 
760,712 


616,106 
9,511 


1,622,150 
46,382 


9,718,729 
158,754 


TOTAL REVENUE 


108,149 


53,504,445 


625,617 


1,668,532 


9,877,483 




EXPENSE 


94,342 

2,632 
1,602 
3,342 
3,798 


48,442,484 

1,796,769 
882,698 
698,360 

1,297,959 
158,674 


524,267 

31,489 
12,230 
27,695 
34,541 
811 


1,300,949 

77,403 
52,023 
89,967 
69,406 
15,092 


7,950,440 

780,062 
190,275 
246,194 
269,163 
27,066 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


105,716 


53,276,944 


631,033 


1,604,840 


9,463,200 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


2,433 


227,501 


(5,416) 


63,692 


414,283 






NET INCOME 


2,433 


227,501 


(5,416) 


63,692 


414,283 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income . . 


2,433 


480,525 
(253,024) 


7,000 
(12,416) 


63,692 


12,518 
401,765 




2,433 


227,501 


(5,416) 


63,692 


414,283 





200 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Stayner 

1,164 


Stirling 

748 


Stoney Creek 
12,593 


Stratford 
9,854 


Strathroy 

3,242 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
761,522 
226,734 


$ 
537,307 
189,223 


$ 
10,133,073 
3,217,200 


$ 
13,036,309 
3,688,315 


$ 
2,571,800 
1,057,223 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


534,788 

8,710 

40,000 

15,381 

32,420 

524 


348,084 

64,631 

30,133 
2,500 


6,915,873 

1,676,049 

862,256 
714,092 


9,347,994 

56,490 

879,596 

782,047 

9,937 


1,514,577 

368,299 

58,053 
23,496 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




97,035 
386,045 


97,264 
313,392 


3,252,397 
5,172,096 


1,728,070 

254,479 

7,091,210 


449,848 
1,547,026 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL ASSETS... 


1,017,868 


758,740 


15,340,366 


18,421,753 


3,511,451 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


52,000 


- 


3,866,667 


498,565 


75,000 


Less Payments due within, 
one year 


52,000 
5,000 


— 


3,866,667 
69,904 


498,565 
108,127 


75,000 
5,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


47,000 

67,143 
650 


78,000 
4,307 


3,796,763 

1 ,577,997 
772,318 


390,438 

1,244,978 
1 1 ,429 


70,000 

251 ,449 
71 ,683 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


67,793 

9,096 

525 


82,307 

7,613 
703 


2,350,315 

672,144 
26,661 


1 ,256,407 

97,918 
9,123 


323,132 

39,536 
2,801 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


8,571 

508,459 
386,045 


6,910 

356,131 
313,392 


645,483 

3,375,709 
5,172,096 


88,795 

9,594,903 
7,091,210 


36,735 

1,534,558 
1,547,026 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,017,868 


758,740 


15,340,366 


18,421,753 


3,511,451 



Statements B and C 



201 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Stayner 
1,164 


Stirling 

748 


Stoney Creek 
12,593 


Stratford 

9,854 


Strathroy 

3,242 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
518,935 
(10,475) 

(1) 


$ • 
331,522 
24,609 


$ 
2,333,849 
1,041,858 

2 


$ 
9,212,608 
382,290 

5 


$ 
1,438,616 
95,939 

3 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


508,459 


356,131 


3,375,709 


9,594,903 


1,534,558 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


682,687 
9,946 


580,708 
16,904 


12,460,929 
377,263 


10,955,214 
292,878 


2,816,711 
61,005 


TOTAL REVENUE 


692,633 


597,612 


12,838,192 


11,248,092 


2,877,716 


EXPENSE 


590,909 

50,093 
16,823 
12,548 
27,408 
5,327 


502,536 

10,841 
16,185 
21,407 
22,034 


9,972,941 

388,939 
325,583 
258,242 
351,717 
498,912 


9,120,697 

690,548 
148,113 
392,663 
459,484 
54,297 


2,316,861 

187,277 
59,819 

124,713 

85,252 

7,855 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


703,108 


573,003 


11, 7% ,334 


10,865,802 


2,781,777 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(10,475) 


24,609 


1,041,858 


382,290 


95,939 






NET INCOME 


(10,475) 


24,609 


1,041,858 


382,290 


95,939 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


5,000 
(15,475) 


24,609 


92,232 
949,626 


107,500 
274,790 


5,000 
90,939 




(10,475) 


24,609 


1,041,858 


382,290 


95,939 





202 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Sturgeon Falls 
2,309 


Sudbury 

33,524 


Sundridge 
439 


Tara 

343 


Tecumseh 
2,052 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,674,188 
583,306 


$ 
41,005,108 
13,504,351 


$ 
353,339 
97,358 


$ 
202,230 
70,120 


$ 
2,293,862 
759,275 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


1,090,882 

118,998 

57,916 
33,603 


27,500,757 

2,110 

2,189,480 

3,184,185 

797,379 

40,171 


255,981 
28,502 

5,070 

18,478 
50 


132,110 

33,411 

30,000 

6,929 

9,273 
279 


1,534,587 

291,311 

70,886 
86,315 


Investments 

Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


210,517 

1,591 

842,007 


6,213,325 

305,255 

13,811,507 


52,100 
158,488 


79,892 
183,143 


448,512 
741,985 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,144,997 


47,830,844 


466,569 


395,145 


2,725,084 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debentures 


34,500 


13,312,632 


- 


- 


14,700 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


34,500 
5,300 


13,312,632 
599,921 


— 


— 


14,700 
3,600 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


29,200 

292,748 
93,509 


12,712,711 

5,2i3,886 
993,912 


35.949 
4,199 


29,740 
528 


11,100 

234,450 
4,910 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


386,257 


6,207,798 

556,838 
40,919 


40,148 

55,457 
5,106 


30,268 

24,721 
2,199 


239,360 

307,587 
27,586 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


887,533 
842,007 


515,919 

14,582,909 
13,811,507 


50,351 

217,582 
158,488 


22,522 

159,212 
183,143 


280,001 

1,452,638 
741,985 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


2,144,997 


47,830,844 


466,569 


395,145 


2,725,084 



Statements B and C 



203 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Sturgeon Falls 
2,309 


Sudbury 

33,524 


Sundridge 
439 


Tara 

343 


Tecumseh 
2,052 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
821,963 
67,162 

(1,592) 


$ 
12,357,387 
2,218,494 

7,026 

2 


$ 
212,215 
5,369 

(2) 


$ 
165,192 
(5,978) 

(2) 


$ 
1,317,412 
135,224 

2 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


887,533 


14,582,909 


217,582 


159,212 


1,452,638 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


1,898,964 
41,723 


31,068,778 
1,295,169 


348,110 
3,131 


281,668 
4,029 


1,698,667 

55,075 


TOTAL REVENUE 


1,940,687 


32,363,947 


351,241 


285,697 


1,753,742 




EXPENSE 


1,615,465 

75,084 
80,171 
34,288 
63,494 
5,023 


23,002,135 

1,563,715 
919,989 
1,727,225 
1,530,237 
1,674,469 


306,338 

7,711 
11,913 

8,345 
11,565 


275,682 

3,150 
3,424 
2,864 
6,515 
40 


1,381,691 

75,641 
45,495 
54,058 
73,628 
3,162 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,873,525 


30,417,770 


345,872 


291,675 


1,633,675 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


67,162 


1,946,177 
(272,317) 


5,369 


(5,978) 


120,067 
(15,157) 




NET INCOME 


67,162 


2,218,494 


5,369 


(5,978) 


135,224 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


6,840 
60,322 


484,893 
1,733,601 


5,369 


(5,978) 


3,400 
131,824 




67,162 


2,218,494 


5,369 


(5,978) 


135,224 





204 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Teeswater 

470 


Terrace Bay 
Twp. 
893 


Thamesville 
462 


Thedford 

328 


Thessalon 
691 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
265,622 
93,508 


$ 
619,634 
265,305 


$ 

276,229 
183,555 


$ 
196,609 
87,467 


$ 
447,711 
188,960 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


172,114 


354,329 


92,674 


109,142 


258,751 


Cash and Bank 

Investments 


43,616 


99,:'»2 


12,723 
47,132 


29,261 


37,432 


Accounts Receivable 

Inventory 

Other 


4,670 
3,932 


22,377 

11,543 

16 


10,783 
4,119 
1,253 


7,326 


19,851 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


52,218 
263,998 


133,158 
384,208 


76,010 
250,550 


36,587 
160,289 


57,283 
228,184 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


TOTAL ASSETS 


488,330 


871,695 


419,234 


306,018 


544,218 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


- 


: 


: 


: 


8,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debenture rs 


Less Payments due within 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,000 


one year 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,000 


Current Liabilities 

Other Liabilities 


34,870 
412 


10,657 


27,946 
3,377 


19,870 
671 


63,897 
4,231 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 


35,282 


10,657 


31,323 


20,541 


68,128 


Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 

Less Amortization 


441 
23 


10,365 
1,000 


16,565 
2,412 


- 


- 




RESERVES 


418 


9,365 


14,153 


- 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


188,632 
263,998 


467,465 
384,208 


123,208 
250,550 


125,188 
160,289 


243,906 
228,184 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


488,330 


871,695 


419,234 


306,018 


544,218 



Statements B and C 



205 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Teeswater 

470 


Terrace Bay 
Twp. 

893 


Thamesville 

462 


Thedford 

328 


Thessalon 
691 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
179,518 
9,117 

(3) 


$ 
414,477 
52,989 

(1) 


$ 
126,439 
(3,231) 


$ 
126,108 
(925) 

5 


$ 
234,971 
8,936 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


188,632 


467,465 


123,208 


125,188 


243,906 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


398,335 
3,616 


909,487 
7,297 


309,901 
13,169 


238,120 
3,548 


553,242 
8,132 


TOTAL REVENUE 


401,951 


916,784 


323,070 


241,668 


561,374 




EXPENSE 


362,583 

4,047 
10,530 

5,140 

10,347 

187 


770,270 

22,9% 
26,445 
17,229 
26,855 


279,127 

13,413 
7,038 

17,946 
8,777 


207,788 

10,778 
11,117 
4,499 
8,411 


450,097 

26,640 
26,625 
32,268 
15,500 
1,308 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


392,834 


863,795 


326,301 


242,593 


552,438 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


9,117 


52,989 


(3,231) 


(925) 


8,936 


Extraordinary /Unusual Item(s) 




NET INCOME 


9,117 


52,989 


(3,231) 


(925) 


8,936 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


9,117 


52,989 


(3,231) 


(925) 


4,000 
4,936 




9,117 


52,989 


(3,231) 


(925) 


8,936 





206 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Thornbury 


Thorndale 


Thornton 


Thorold 


Thunder Bay 




959 


159 


195 


5,959 


41,941 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




722,233 


78,342 


85,832 


4,433,832 


39,681 ,883 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


203,938 


48,989 


39,113 


1,893,818 


13,979,753 


Net fixed assets 


518,295 


29,353 


46,719 


2,540,014 


25,702,130 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


120,220 


18,560 


31,364 


500,497 


4,102,051 


Investments 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,000,000 


Accounts Receivable 


65,417 


879 


672 


379,998 


2,493,468 


Inventory 


41,632 


— 


5,273 


169,748 


866 ,962 


Other 


889 


— 


189 


3,163 


10,246 


Total Current Assets 


228,158 


19,439 


37,498 


1,053,406 


9,472,727 


OTHER ASSETS 


4,309 


— 


1,066 


6,112 


1,219,104 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


278,532 


81,956 


67,550 


3,209,376 


34,758,192 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,029,294 


130,748 


152,833 


6,808,908 


71,152,153 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


84,000 


— 


— 


1,630,685 


3,456,249 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




84,000 


— 


— 


1,630,685 


3,456,249 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


3,000 


— 


— 


41,964 


304,476 


Total 


81,000 


— 


— 


1,588,721 


3,151,773 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


101,072 


9,635 


13,332 


666,123 


4,230,680 




3,400 


220 


3 


150,419 


— 




Total 


104,472 


9,855 


13,335 


816,542 


4,230,680 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


82,153 


693 


2,087 


— 


1,004,267 




6,725 


61 


185 


— 


81,668 






75,428 


632 


1,902 


— 


922,599 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


489,862 


38,305 


70,046 


1,194,269 


28,088,909 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


278,532 


81,956 


67,550 


3,209,376 


34,758,192 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


1,029,294 


130,748 


152,833 


6,808,908 


71,152,153 



Statements B and C 



207 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Thornbury 
959 


Thorndale 
159 


Thornton 
195 


Thorold 
5,959 


Thunder Bay 
41,941 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
468,469 
21,394 

(1) 


$ 

36,640 
1,665 


$ 

58,277 
11,768 

1 


$ 
1,252,728 
(58,458) 

(1) 


$ 

26,609,227 

1,479,678 

4 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


489,862 


38,305 


70,046 


1,194,269 


28,088,909 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


647,674 
13,277 


96,668 
1,647 


142,820 
2,438 


5,318,277 
82,157 


41,290,969 
1,408,653 


TOTAL REVENUE 


660,951 


98,315 


145,258 


5,400,434 


42,699,622 




EXPENSE 


528,840 

33,777 
29,476 
14,478 
23,411 
9,575 


82,689 

2,601 
4,634 
5,173 
3,421 


125,419 

1,456 

2,403 

626 

3,586 


4,407,993 

297,308 
193,691 
182,131 
186,768 
197,236 


34,644,776 

2,443,674 
1,281,222 
1,136,440 
1,381,352 
332,480 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


639,557 


98,518 


133,490 


5,465,127 


41,219,944 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


21,394 


(203) 
(1,868) 


11,768 


(64,693) 
(6,235) 


1 ,479,678 






NET INCOME 


21,394 


1,665 


11,768 


(58,458) 


1,479,678 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


3,000 
18,394 


1,665 


11,768 


47,927 
(106,385) 


193,000 
1,286,678 




21,394 


1,665 


11,768 


(58,458) 


1,479,678 








208 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Tilbury 
1,607 


Tillsonburg 
4,100 










205,798 


991 


5,705 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


1,329,575 


4,539,790 


274,390,518 


501,407 


5,606,040 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


445,621 


1,465,180 


111,224,126 


177,200 


2,111,000 


Net fixed assets 


883,954 


3,074,610 


163,166,392 


324,207 


3,495,040 


CURRENT ASSETS 














239,453 


261 ,692 


801,131 


43,608 


410,126 


Investments 


60,000 




20,800,000 




500,146 


Accounts Receivable 


15,630 


413,384 


28,495,022 


89,929 


168,321 


Inventory 


20,892 


265,736 


9,511,452 


9,166 


380,976 


Other 


— 


— 


2,140,863 


— 


5,797 


Total Current Assets 


335,975 


940,812 


61,748,468 


142,703 


1,465,366 


OTHER ASSETS 





9,241 


5,863,587 


1,012 


5,301 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


865,919 


2,188,819 


231,105,439 


283,183 


4,350,605 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,085,848 


6,213,482 


461,883,886 


751,105 


9,316,312 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


953,899 


— 


53,000 


25,000 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenturers 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


953,899 


— 


53,000 


25,000 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


86,938 


— 


4,000 


25,000 


Total 


— 


866,961 


— 


49,000 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


152,643 


525,628 


31,771,744 


69,899 


878,286 




57,585 


46,338 


12,336,103 


14,599 


219,115 




Total 


210,228 


571,966 


44,107,847 


84,498 


1,097,401 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


4,450 


135,164 


1,314,131 


4,910 


325,828 


Less Amortization 


293 


9,307 


85,069 


268 


24,141 




4,157 


125,857 


1,229,062 


4,642 


301 ,687 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY... 


1,005,544 


2,459,879 


185,441,538 


329,782 


3,566,619 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO... 


865,919 


2,188,819 


231,105,439 


283,183 


4,350,605 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


2,085,848 


6,213,482 


461,883,886 


751,105 


9,316,312 



Statements B and C 



209 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Tilbury 
1,607 


Tillsonburg 
4,100 


Toronto 

205,798 


Tottenham 
991 


Trenton 
5,705 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
968,030 
37,514 


$ 
2,207,893 
251,981 

5 


$ 

178,053,498 

6,607,609 

780,432 
(1) 


$ 
308,060 
21,720 

2 


$ 
3,394,461 
172,154 

4 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


1,005,544 


2,459,879 


185,441,538 


329,782 


3,566,619 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 
Service Revenue 


1,559,038 

43,557 


4,577,286 
137,185 


307,600,827 
9,838,138 


695,854 
11,776 


7,261,489 
172,356 




TOTAL REVENUE 


1,602,595 


4,714,471 


317,438,965 


707,630 


7,433,845 




EXPENSE 


1,367,984 

65,291 
34,113 
53,788 
42,905 
1,000 


3,751,922 

214,297 
83,968 
110,167 
150,563 
151,573 


259,078,440 

24,163,610 
5,201,581 

12,856,987 

9,511,316 

19,422 


584,895 

32,050 
21,046 
23,965 
18,009 
5,945 


6,607,257 

194,669 
121,306 
165,729 
172,195 
6,399 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


1,565,081 


4,462,490 


310,831,356 


685,910 


7,267,555 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


37,514 


251,981 


6,607,609 


21,720 


166,290 
(5,864) 




NET INCOME 


37,514 


251,981 


6,607,609 


21,720 


172,154 






37,514 


78,612 
173,369 


6,607,609 


4,000 
17,720 


33,000 
139,154 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


37,514 


251,981 


6,607,609 


21 ,720 


172,154 



210 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Tweed 


Uxbridge 


Vankleek Hill 


Vaughan 


Victoria 
Harbour 




798 


1,285 


779 


15,821 


635 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


526,049 


908,871 


488,520 


30,503,111 


402,628 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


203,797 


355,848 


205,384 


5,370,490 


130,683 


Net fixed assets 


322,252 


553,023 


283,136 


25,132,621 


271,945 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


24,464 


158,453 


129,225 


305,639 


16,290 


Investments 


57,000 










Accounts Receivable 


7,554 


17,180 


12,056 


1,332,031 


26,751 


Inventory 


20,434 


42,057 


8,767 


1,209,269 


8,485 


Other 


944 


— 


861 


— 


340 


Total Current Assets 


110,396 


217,690 


150,909 


2,846,939 


51,866 


OTHER ASSETS 


— 


3,021 


— 


53,684 


2,018 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


397,462 


651,192 


235,570 


5,655,832 


174,288 




TOTAL ASSETS 


830,110 


1,424,926 


669,615 


33,689,076 


500,117 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


2,500 


— 


4,275,936 


— 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


2,500 


— 


4,275,936 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


2,500 


— 


441,278 


— 


Total 


— 


_ 


— 


3,834,658 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


76,521 


112,990 


79,694 


3,175,868 


65,550 


Other Liabilities 


540 


28,284 


4,738 


788,685 


2,018 


Total 


77,061 


141,274 


84,432 


3,964,553 


67,568 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


9,958 


39,371 


9,821 


14,160,884 


153,917 




686 


2,809 


703 


918,265 


13,195 






9,272 


36,562 


9,118 


13,242,619 


140,722 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


346,315 


595,898 


340,495 


6,991,414 


117,539 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO. ... 


397,462 


651,192 


235,570 


5,655,832 


174,288 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


830,110 


1,424,926 


669,615 


33,689,076 


500,117 



Statements B and C 



211 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Tweed 
798 


Uxbridge 
1,285 


Vankleek Hill 

779 


Vaughan 
15,821 


Victoria 

Harbour 

635 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
348,894 
(2,579) 


$ 
565,027 
30,869 

2 


$ 
335,275 
5,217 

3 


$ 
5,707,721 
1,283,697 

(4) 


$ 
128,662 
(11,126) 

3 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


346,315 


595,898 


340,495 


6,991,414 


117,539 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


590,563 
19,313 


1 ,097,723 
64,943 


597,442 
13,526 


21,721,979 
337,865 


381,855 
8,406 


TOTAL REVENUE 


609,876 


1,162,666 


610,968 


22,059,844 


390,261 




EXPENSE 


535,304 

20,399 
19,222 
17,338 
20,192 


966,207 

56,770 
29,866 
49,367 
29,317 
270 


536,289 

7,870 

24,249 

18,214 

18,919 

345 


17,908,836 

740,393 
387,153 
636,236 
646,543 
552,899 


300,244 

45,657 
24,251 
21,473 
9,762 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


612,455 


1,131,797 


605,886 


20,872,060 


401,387 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(2,579) 


30,869 


5,082 
(135) 


1,187,784 
(95,913) 


(11,126) 






NET INCOME 


(2,579) 


30,869 


5,217 


1,283,697 


(11,126) 






(2,579) 


2,300 
28,569 


5,217 


429,155 
854,542 


(11,126) 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 




(2,579) 


30,869 


5,217 


1,283,697 


(11,126) 





212 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Walkerton 


Wallaceburg 


Wardsville 


Warkworth 


Wasaga Beach 




1,939 


4,354 


1% 


306 


5,274 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




1,329,236 


4,619,853 


87,396 


204,980 


3,345,787 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


507,654 


1 ,909,071 


45,238 


85,301 


1,352,405 


Net fixed assets 


821 ,582 


2,710,782 


42,158 


119,679 


1,993,382 


CURRENT ASSETS 














321 ,392 


274,469 


15,676 


14,517 


381 ,847 


Investments 




350,000 








Accounts Receivable 


29,060 


39,357 


1,704 


10,254 


136,017 


Inventory 


93,750 


285,265 




5,370 


63,285 


Other 


1,968 


3,000 


— 


— 


12,338 




446,170 


952,091 


17,380 


30,141 


593,487 


OTHER ASSETS 


19,088 


9,210 




5,000 


2,860 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,152,951 


3,955,782 


70,044 


107,884 


1,230,924 




TOTAL ASSETS 


2,439,791 


7,627,865 


129,582 


262,704 


3,820,653 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


28,000 


290,476 


— 


— 


771 ,065 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




28,000 


290,476 


— 


— 


771 ,065 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


5,000 


17,333 


— 


— 


42,508 


Total 


23,000 


273,143 


— 


— 


728,557 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


221 ,525 


571,581 


9,530 


19,822 


323,476 




18,499 


40,181 


600 


1,110 


7,597 




Total 


240,024 


611,762 


10,130 


20,932 


331 ,073 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


1 1 ,782 


22,100 


1,298 


8,108 


379,775 


Less Amortization 


883 


1,892 


136 


561 


35,487 




10,899 


20,208 


1,162 


7,547 


344,288 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


1,012,917 


2,766,970 


48,246 


126,341 


1,185,811 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


1,152,951 


3,955,782 


70,044 


107,884 


1 ,230,924 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


2,439,791 


7,627,865 


129,582 


262,704 


3,820,653 



Statements B and C 



213 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Walkerton 
1,939 


Wallaceburg 
4,354 


Wardsville 
196 


Warkworth 
306 


Wasaga Beach 

5,274 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
966,556 
46,359 

2 


$ 
2,626,061 
140,909 


$ 

51,370 
(3,126) 

2 


$ 
106,367 
19,976 

(2) 


$ 
897,686 
288,129 

(4) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


1,012,917 


2,766,970 


48,246 


126,341 


1,185,811 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


2,044,061 
50,837- 


6,298,574 
93,563 


106,532 
1,560 


225,781 
2,333 


2,874,454 
90,544 


TOTAL REVENUE 


2,094,898 


6,392,137 


108,092 


228,114 


2,964,998 




EXPENSE 


1,842,614 

61,017 
48,544 
45,569 
47,135 
3,660 


5,406,971 

221,574 
158,903 
238,592 
164,247 
33,079 


97,288 

2,550 
3,885 
3,858 
3,637 


178,200 

4,715 
8,610 
8,459 
8,127 

27 


2,031,172 

184,703 
97,176 
158,131 
112,779 
92,908 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


2,048,539 


6,223,366 


111,218 


208,138 


2,676,869 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 

Unusual Items 

Extraordinary /Unusual Item(s) 


46,359 


168,771 
27,862 


(3,126) 


19,976 


288,129 




NET INCOME 


46,359 


140,909 


(3,126) 


19,976 


288,129 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


4,000 
42,359 


15,857 
125,052 


(3,126) 


19,976 


39,983 
248,146 




46,359 


140,909 


(3,126) 


19,976 


288,129 





214 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Waterford 


Waterloo North 


Watford 


Waubaushene 


Webbwood 




1,106 


24,008 


655 


499 


210 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




683,283 


31,426,472 


432,810 


233,680 


184 728 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


241,730 


9,564,855 


220,072 


58,036 


56,904 




441,553 


21,861,617 


212,738 


175 644 


127 824 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


8,891 


1,384,927 


46,834 


18,211 


5,614 


Investments 


98,623 


1,395,000 


— 


15,000 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


17,372 


2,104,537 


14,991 


14,060 


11,659 


Inventory 


37,675 


1,078,193 


2,000 


3,734 


— 


Other 


465 


71,579 


— 


137 


— 




163,026 


6,034,236 


63,825 


51,142 


17,273 


OTHER ASSETS 




111,856 








EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


439,498 


12,915,143 


381,481 


124,578 


57,284 




TOTAL ASSETS 


1,044,077 


40,922,852 


658,044 


351,364 


202,381 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


— 


4,261,306 


— 


— 


29,600 


Less Sinking Fund on 












Debentures 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




— 


4,261,306 


— 


— 


29,600 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


— 


213,427 


— 


— 


300 


Total 


— 


4,047,879 


— 


— 


29,300 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


112,332 


3,414,530 


61,014 


25,527 


14,990 




40,850 


754,106 


9,707 


319 


4,585 




Total 


153,182 


4,168,636 


70,721 


25,846 


19,575 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


— 


1,242,581 


1,607 


5,000 


7,726 




— 


88,880 


108 


541 


535 






— 


1,153,701 


1,499 


4,459 


7,191 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


451,397 


18,637,493 


204,343 


196,481 


89,031 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


439,498 


12,915,143 


381,481 


124,578 


57,284 


TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


1,044,077 


40,922,852 


658,044 


351,364 


202,381 



Statements B and C 



215 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Waterford 
1,106 


Waterloo North 
24,008 


Watford 
655 


Waubaushene 
499 


Webbwood 
210 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
463,263 
(11,867) 

1 


$ 
17,693,969 
943,530 

(6) 


$ 
202,409 
1,938 

(4) 


$ 

182,150 
14,334 

(3) 


$ 

91,040 
(2,007) 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


451,397 


18,637,493 


204,343 


196,481 


89,031 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


668,640 
38,919 


27,935,084 
787,575 


500,053 
8,878 


241 ,459 
7,549 


155,570 
1,594 


TOTAL REVENUE 


707,559 


28,722,659 


508,931 


249,008 


157,164 




EXPENSE 


532,790 

67,373 
44,882 
49,987 
23,767 
627 


23,651,388 

1,315,408 
735,167 
554,980 

1,044,112 
525,878 


409,752 

30,216 
20,212 
30,490 
16,323 


194,460 

7,677 
7,893 
15,918 
8,726 


124,117 

11,020 
3,765 

8,252 
6,242 

5,775 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


719,426 


27,826,933 


506,993 


234,674 


159,171 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


(11,867) 


895,726 
(47,804) 


1,938 


14,334 


(2,007) 






NET INCOME 


(11,867) 


943,530 


1,938 


14,334 


(2,007) 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(11,867) 


196,227 
747,303 


1,938 


14,334 


200 
(2,207) 


Net Income 


(11,867) 


943,530 


1,938 


14,334 


(2,007) 





216 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality » 


Welland 
16,468 


Wellington 
583 


West Lincoln 
523 


West Lome 

555 


Westminster 
Twp. 

975 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
13,498,301 
5,429,080 


$ 
273,716 
116,684 


$ 
285,260 
112,785 


$ 
452,778 
216,693 


$ 
817,794 
238,533 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


8,069,221 

722,023 
800,000 
269,787 
429,844 
38,760 


157,032 

15,093 
20,000 
10,349 
3,444 
896 


172,475 

39,517 
10,000 
9,358 

296 


236,085 

18,522 

6,621 
16,618 


579,261 

63,488 

20,000 

12,957 

7,146 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 


Total Current Assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


2,260,414 

135,139 

8,540,122 


49,782 

4,874 

222,889 


59,171 
176,364 


41,761 
360,218 


103,591 
313,970 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


19,004,896 


434,577 


408,010 


638,064 


996,822 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


1,274,642 


4,000 


8,000 


- 


- 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


1,274,642 
102,838 


4,000 
2,000 


8,000 
1,000 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 
Current Liabilities 


1,171,804 

1,370,189 

72,957 


2,000 

37,859 
1,310 


7,000 

30,441 
1,893 


54,741 
1,155 


57,701 
2,600 




Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


1,443,146 

169,071 
12,616 


39,169 

39,625 
4,269 


32,334 

21,675 
2,225 


55,896 

13,522 
1,636 


60,301 

46,289 
3,413 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


156,455 

7,693,369 
8,540,122 


35,356 

135,163 
222,889 


19,450 

172,862 
176,364 


11,886 

210,064 
360,218 


42,876 

579,675 
313,970 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


19,004,896 


434,577 


408,010 


638,064 


996,822 



Statements B and C 



217 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 






Municipality 


Welland 
16,468 


Wellington 
583 


West Lincoln 
523 


West Lome 
555 


Westminster 
Twp. 
975 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
7,507,968 
185,401 


$ 
141,147 
(5,982) 

(2) 


$ 
159,817 
13,047 

(2) 


$ 
203,452 
6,611 

1 


$ 
554,385 
25,289 

1 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


7,693,369 


135,163 


172,862 


210,064 


579,675 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


14,095,940 
316,186 


358,979 
3,839 


372,564 
8,734 


528,161 
10,064 


552,906 
14,380 


TOTAL REVENUE 


14,412,126 


362,818 


381,298 


538,225 


567,286 




EXPENSE 


12,122,153 

719,083 
412,318 
344,791 
483,971 
144,409 


325,702 

15,519 
8,248 
9,204 
9,684 
479 


301,655 

14,846 
15,113 
25,663 
10,078 
8% 


455,121 

21,629 
12,342 
26,031 
14,845 
1,646 


465,422 

17,164 
14,049 
17,807 
27,555 




Operation and Maintenance 

Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


14,226,725 


368,836 


368,251 


531,614 


541,997 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


185,401 


(6,018) 
(36) 


13,047 


6,611 


25,289 




NET INCOME 


185,401 


(5,982) 


13,047 


6,611 


25,289 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


95,759 
89,642 


1,000 
(6,982) 


1,000 
12,047 


3,763 
2,848 


25,289 




185,401 


(5,982) 


13,047 


6,611 


25,289 





218 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Westport 

359 


Wheatley 
617 


Whitby 
12,272 


Whitchurch 

Stoufvile 

2,035 


Wiarton 

974 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
223,359 
60,800 


$ 
392,135 
200,416 


$ 
13,763,951 

3,492,337 


$ 
1,403,816 
383,605 


$ 
714,826 
258,852 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


162,559 

16,328 

11,474 
3,301 


191,719 

75,483 

16,389 
6,545 


10,271,614 

493,723 

1,069,288 

400,008 

7,364 


1,020,211 

222,433 

58,500 

33,967 

50,050 

4,045 


455,974 

74,716 

22,028 
56,575 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




31,103 
147,664 


98,417 
293,290 


1,970,383 

93,138 

5,097,663 


368,995 
863,197 


153,319 
464,583 


OTHER ASSETS .... 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


341,326 


583,426 


17,432,798 


2,252,403 


1,073,876 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures and Other Long 

Term Debt 

Less Sinking Fund on 

Debenturers 


- 


- 


1 ,807,344 


- 


39,000 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


— 


— 


1 ,807,344 
262,512 


— 


39,000 
3,000 


Total 

LIABILITIES 

Current Liabilities 

Other Liabilities 


23,868 
1,144 


49,242 
1,790 


1 ,544,832 

1,343,469 

218,440 


170,603 
11,835 


36,000 

72,820 
3,776 


Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


25,012 

5,488 
229 


51,032 

12,618 
1,382 


1,561,909 

1 ,679,594 
111,641 


182,438 

32,200 
1,153 


76,596 

25,880 
1,194 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


5,259 

163,391 
147,664 


11,236 

227,868 
293,290 


1,567,953 

7,660,441 
5,097,663 


31,047 

1,175,721 
863,197 


24,686 

472,011 
464,583 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY 


341,326 


583,426 


17,432,798 


2,252,403 


1,073,876 



Statements B and C 



219 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Westport 
359 


Wheatley 
617 


Whitby 
12,272 


Whitchurch 

Stoufvile 

2,035 


Wiarton 

974 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
151,813 
11,578 


$ 
245,660 
(17,792) 


$ 
7,131,317 
529,129 

(5) 


$ 
1,188,865 
(13,140) 

(4) 


$ 
427,352 
44,661 

(2) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


163,391 


227,868 


7,660,441 


1,175,721 


472,011 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


285,862 
1,575 


420,295 
7,635 


12,403,832 
171,586 


1,883,931 
46,034 


832,597 
11,200 


TOTAL REVENUE 


287,437 


427,930 


12,575,418 


1,929,965 


843,797 




EXPENSE 


240,798 

6,446 
9,542 
9,953 
8,491 


371,754 

22,163 
15,234 
22,013 
14,558 


10,418,308 

348,810 
393,222 
301,090 
405,099 
193,706 


1,686,680 

80,541 
67,035 
65,699 
43,115 
35 


661,465 

52,001 
31,507 
30,694 
19,751 
3,718 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


275,230 


445,722 


12,060,235 


1,943,105 


799,136 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


12,207 
629 


(17,792) 


515,183 
(13,946) 


(13,140) 


44,661 






NET INCOME 


11,578 


(17,792) 


529,129 


(13,140) 


44,661 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


11,578 


(17,792) 


198,987 
330,142 


(13,140) 


3,000 
41,661 




11,578 


(17,792) 


529,129 


(13,140) 


44,661 





220 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Williamsburg 
150 


Winchester 
910 


Windermere 
153 


Windsor 
67,194 


Wingham 
1,344 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

65,895 
33,077 


$ 
642,493 
218,138 


$ 
116,635 
37,100 


$ 

64,865,801 
25,180,083 


$ 
1,221,362 
464,625 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 


32,818 

9,860 
7,000 
4,083 
1,200 


424,355 

25,481 

28,046 
17,881 
1,831 


79,535 

14,840 

827 

650 

1,399 


39,685,718 

330,620 

6,224,746 

4,122,896 

3,117,284 

30,959 


756,737 

41,347 

54,419 
81,392 


Investments 


Inventory 

Other 




22,143 
79,049 


73,239 
555,974 


17,716 
56,686 


13,826,505 

775,645 

47,353,574 


177,158 
981,664 


OTHER ASSETS 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL ASSETS 


134,010 


1,053,568 


153,937 


101,641,442 


1,915,559 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures and Other Long 
Term Debt 


4,571 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Less Sinking Fund on 
Debentures 


Less Payments due within 
one year 


4,571 
1,403 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total 

LIABILITIES 


3,168 

10,418 
691 


205,922 
435 


14,609 


8,151,276 
2,195,511 


175,312 
95 






Total 

DEFERRED CREDIT 
Contributions in Aid of 
Construction 


11,109 

1,275 
113 


206,357 

821 
97 


14,609 

6,341 
318 


10,346,787 

1,087,458 
110,488 


175,407 

14,392 
1,855 




RESERVES 

UTILITY EQUITY 


1,162 

39,522 
79,049 


724 

290,513 
555,974 


6,023 

76,619 
56,686 


976,970 

182,461 

42,781,650 

47,353,574 


12,537 

745,951 
981,664 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


134,010 


1,053,568 


153,937 


101,641,442 


1,915,559 



Statements B and C 



221 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Williamsburg 
150 


Winchester 
910 


Windermere 
153 


Windsor 
67,194 


Wingham 
1,344 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 

34,626 
4,897 

(1) 


$ 
359,719 
(69,208) 

2 


$ 

71,956 
4,663 


$ 
42,767,232 
14,414 

4 


$ 
714,746 
31,206 

(1) 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


39,522 


290,513 


76,619 


42,781,650 


745,951 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


103,383 
1,621 


1 ,049,224 
10,983 


86,913 
1,420 


83,170,672 
1,673,810 


1,869,214 
23,694 


TOTAL REVENUE 


105,004 


1,060,207 


88,333 


84,844,482 


1,892,908 


EXPENSE 

Power Purchased 


88,923 

1,735 
3,715 
2,641 
2,629 
464 


1 ,040,465 

22,360 
17,031 
26,505 
24,349 
1,910 


72,979 

4,236 

1,370 

646 

4,402 

37 


73,119,252 

4,060,983 
1,407,051 
1,293,236 
2,233,717 
198,702 


1,671,445 

37,238 
43,138 
67,842 
42,039 




Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


100 107 


1,132,620 


83,670 


82,312,941 


1,861,702 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 


4,897 


(72,413) 
(3,205) 


4,663 


2,531,541 
2,517,127 


31,206 






NET INCOME 


4,897 


(69,208) 


4.663 


14,414 


31,206 






1,282 
3,615 


7,750 
(76,958) 


4,663 


14,414 


31,206 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


4,897 


(69,208) 


4,663 


14,414 


31,206 





222 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Woodstock 


Woodville 


Wyoming 


York 


Zorra 




10,251 


282 


680 


34,892 


874 




A. BALANCE SHEET 












FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


8,641,821 


140,111 


326,028 


28,280,527 


526,774 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


3,453,215 


57,719 


140,980 


11,417,015 


217,023 


Net fixed assets 


5,188,606 


82,392 


185,048 


16,863,512 


309,751 


CURRENT ASSETS 












Cash and Bank 


600 


21,283 


71,161 


254,732 


132,649 


Investments 


850,317 


13,000 


— 


3,520,000 


— 


Accounts Receivable 


121,891 


6,853 


4,743 


1,533,282 


33,894 


Inventory 


522,693 


— 


6,378 


1,221,251 


— 


Other 


3,307 


— 


— 


14,379 


— 


Total Current Assets 


1,498,808 


41,136 


82,282 


6,543,644 


166,543 


OTHER ASSETS 


70,106 






200,000 




EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


7,019,7% 


97,739 


207,326 


20,859,371 


451,356 


TOTAL ASSETS 


13,777,316 


221,267 


474,656 


44,466,527 


927,650 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 












Debentures and Other Long 












Term Debt 


66,270 














Less Sinking Fund on 












Debenture rs 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 




66,270 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Less Payments due within 












one year 


3,492 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Total 


62,778 


— 


— 


— 


— 


LIABILITIES 












Current Liabilities 


952,719 


20,289 


39,325 


2,851,233 


76,920 


Other Liabilities 


259,853 


1,850 


2,300 


1 ,484,778 


— 


Total 


1,212,572 


22,139 


41,625 


4,336,011 


76,920 


DEFERRED CREDIT 












Contributions in Aid of 












Construction 


93,435 


16,961 


13,134 


40,297 


12,044 




5,468 


2,124 


1,364 


3,569 


1,608 






87,967 


14,837 


1 1 ,770 


36,728 


10,436 


RESERVES 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


UTILITY EQUITY 


5,394,203 


86,552 


213,935 


19,234,417 


388,938 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


7,019,796 


97,739 


207,326 


20,859,371 


451 ,356 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


13,777,316 


221,267 


474,656 


44,466,527 


927,650 



Statements B and C 



223 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Woodstock 
10,251 


Woodville 

282 


Wyoming 
680 


York 
34,892 


Zorra 

874 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 

UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


$ 
5,336,089 
58,117 

(3) 


$ 

84,772 
1,785 

(5) 


$ 
197,377 
16,555 

3 


$ 
17,989,461 
1 ,244,956 


$ 
361,903 
27,037 

(2) 


5,394,203 


86,552 


213,935 


19,234,417 


388,938 


C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 

TOTAL REVENUE 


9,979,737 
227,947 


174,119 
4,635 


429,356 
6,802 


31,417,470 
1,064,241 


860,981 
11,907 


10,207,684 


178,754 


436,158 


32,481,711 


872,888 




EXPENSE 
Power Purchased 


8,948,472 

499,077 
195,035 
189,888 
311,060 
6,035 


155,399 

4,995 
5,025 
6,109 

5,441 


382,267 

13,4% 
5,460 
6,763 

11,617 


26,808,316 

1,771,209 

1,187,105 

702,486 

1,100,784 

7,789 


756,676 

23,479 
28,483 
16,074 
21,139 




Billing and Collecting 




Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


10,149,567 


176,969 


419,603 


31,577,689 


845,851 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


58,117 


1,785 


16,555 


904,022 
(340,934) 


27,037 




NET INCOME 


58,117 


1,785 


16,555 


1,244,956 


27,037 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 


58,117 


1,785 


16,555 


1,244,956 


27,037 


Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


Net Income 


58,117 


1,785 


16,555 


1,244,956 


27,037 





224 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Statement A 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Zurich 


Total 




371 


2,281,904 




A. BALANCE SHEET 






FIXED ASSETS 


$ 


$ 


Plant and facilities 


241 ,308 


2,435,385,482 


Less: Accumulated Depreciation 


115,696 


773,137,276 


Net fixed assets 


125,612 


1,662,248,206 


CURRENT ASSETS 






Cash and Bank 


37,619 


70,764,771 


Investments 


30,000 


191,853,334 




9,427 


170,862,324 


Inventory 


3,438 


82,434,913 


Other 


— 


4,393,969 


Total Current Assets 


80,484 


520,309,311 


OTHER ASSETS 




37,739,590 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


176,572 


1,395,482,924 




TOTAL ASSETS 


382,668 


3,615,780,031 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 






Debentures and Other Long 






Term Debt 


— 


220,625,637 


Less Sinking Fund on 






Debenturers 


— 


20,311,932 




— 


200,313,705 


Less Payments due within 






one year 


— 


16,704,399 


Total 


— 


183,609,306 


LIABILITIES 






Current Liabilities 


35,703 


282,921,046 




1,885 


61,884,849 




Total 


37,588 


344,805,895 


DEFERRED CREDIT 






Contributions in Aid of 






Construction 


899 


128,668,625 




58 


9,109,515 






841 


119,559,110 


RESERVES 


— 


430,157 


UTILITY EQUITY 


167,667 


1,571,892,639 


EQUITY IN ONTARIO HYDRO 


176,572 


1,395,482,924 




TOTAL DEBT. LIABILITIES & EQUITY . 


382,668 


3,615,780,031 



Statements B and C 



225 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1983 



Municipality 


Zurich 

371 


Total 

2,281,904 




B. STATEMENT OF EQUITY 

Utility Equity, beginning of year 

Net income for year 

Capital Contributions in respect of 

land/street lighting plant received in year 
Adjustments 


$ 
173,757 
(6,094) 

4 


$ 
1,466,985,685 
103,464,331 

858,863 
583,760 


UTILITY EQUITY, END OF YEAR 


167,667 


1,571,892,639 




C. STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

REVENUE 

Service Revenue 

Other Operating Revenue 


284,104 
7,215 


2,640,335,693 
70,200,361 


TOTAL REVENUE 


291,319 


2,710,536,054 




EXPENSE 


246,573 

13,886 
7,946 

20,440 
8,568 


2,251,297,821 
2,581,361 
129,312,537 
61,975,148 
63,878,551 
82,375,654 
23,467,262 






Billing and Collecting 

Administration 


Financial Expense 


TOTAL EXPENSE 


297,413 


2,614,888,334 




Income Before Extraordinary/ 
Unusual Items 


(6,094) 


95,647,720 
7,816,611- 




NET INCOME 


(6,094) 


103,464,331 




Appropriation for Debt Retirement 

Appropriation for Accumulated Net Income.. 


(6,094) 


15,192,063 
88,272,268 




(6,094) 


103,464,331 





227 

STATEMENT "D" 

Statement D records use of energy, revenue, number of customers, average use 
per customer, and average revenue per kilowatt-hour for each of the main classes 
of service for all the municipal electrical utilities supplied under cost contracts 
with Ontario Hydro. The number of customers shown is that at the end of the 
year under review, but the calculation of monthly energy use per customer is based 
on the average of the numbers served at the end of the year under review and 
the preceding year. This is not applicable for restructured utilities. The revenue 
and use of energy for house heating and the use of flat-rate water heaters are 
included in the total shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt-hours being 
estimated on the basis of 16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average revenue per kilowatt-hour is the average paid by the customer, 
that is average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the utility. Such a statistical 
average does not represent the utility's actual revenue from delivering one kilo- 
watt-hour. However, a comparison of this average over a number of years gives 
some indication of the trend of revenue in any one municipality, and the general 
trend may be seen in the table on page 93. 

The general service class includes data on both industrial and commercial 
customers. 

Information on monthly rates and comparative bills is published separately 
from this publication. Readers who require this information may obtain it by 
request to the Market Development Division of the Marketing Branch, at the 
Ontario Hydro Head Office, Toronto. 



228 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

THE FORTY MAJOR MUNICIPAL 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 

Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Toronto 

Hamilton 

North York 

Ottawa 

Mississauga 

Scarborough 

Etobicoke 

Windsor 

London 

St. Catharines 

Kitchener Wilmot 

Brampton 

Oshawa 

Oakville 

Thunder Bay 

Burlington 

York 

Guelph 

Markham 

East York 

Waterloo North 

Cambridge N. Dumfries 

Sudbury 

Nepean 

Sarnia 

Brantford 

Peterborough 

Kingston 

Niagara Falls 

Gloucester 

Vaughan 

North Bay 

Barrie 

Belleville 

Chatham 

Welland 

Pickering 

Whitby 

Richmond Hill 

Stoney Creek 

Total 



kW.h 
7,877,744,525 
5,279,229,255 
4,687,802,901 
3,566,954,164 
3,504,635,624 

3,417,117,380 
3,054,053,622 
2,223,226,791 
2,060,974,208 
1,462,683,889 

1,387,437,766 
1,353,377,317 
1,309,224,704 
1,093,467,722 
1,026,738,363 

905,881,373 
839,996,000 
797,743,740 
753,666,926 
716,573,818 

696,910,329 
695,005,177 
688,214,381 
684,941,038 
656,154,306 

612,074,514 
589,872,118 
570,150,899 
524,316,325 
502,405,488 

500,654,510 
446,563,196 
405,818,905 
372,887,444 
348,142,970 

341,205,214 
317,624,054 
310,122,326 
308,381,765 
292,042,379 
57,182,017,426 



307,600,827 
185,200,692 
183,919,534 
134,468,873 
133,244,594 

131,465,915 
113,587,013 
83,170,672 
81,230,899 

52,743,733 

52,755,833 
58,673,729 
49,923,440 
39,790,321 
41 ,290,969 

36,306,103 
31,417,470 
31,755,529 
32,383,933 
27,424,910 

27,935,084 
29,002,382 
31,068,778 
28,078,660 
23,318,305 

23,339,304 
24,905,859 
21,226,523 
20,701,241 
20,796,247 

21,721,979 
18,492,390 
16,333,859 
14,912,798 
14,221,996 

14,095,940 
13,902,508 
12,403,832 
13,476,140 
12,460,929 
2,210,749,743 



205,798 
117,537 
142,189 
115,509 
88,770 

111,524 
91,477 
67,194 
88,266 
43,873 

49,659 
45,450 
37,604 
23,662 
41,941 

33,797 
34,892 
23,974 
30,465 
25,065 

24,008 
26,947 
33,524 
26,261 
17,229 

27,605 
22,530 
22,235 
26,301 
22,582 

15,821 
18,878 
16,508 
13,689 
14,392 

16,468 
14,141 

12,272 

13,554 

12,593 

1,816,184 



kW.h 

1,410,601,395 
796,873,259 

1,383,717,002 
988,488,070 
814,946,9% 

1,041,787,940 
776,972,941 
514,032,028 
675,784,974 
313,172,914 

431,769,151 
421,717,620 
409,892,839 
233,436,775 
339,808,239 

347,175,286 
264,595,684 
218,859,889 
327,201,714 
197,318,842 

222,168,975 
226,709,251 
326,334,216 
300,663,960 
131,506,670 

209,947,077 
223,315,330 
175,480,042 
181,342,749 
242,885,751 

135,277,625 
184,542,223 
141,261,452 
119,729,594 
100,369,186 

102,459,916 
178,339,340 
133,993,427 
123,620,521 
114,136,060 
15,482,236,923 



58,037,840 
38,687,857 
57,167,643 
39,680,091 
35,044,494 

42,401,454 
32,952,885 
22,827,109 
30,539,192 
14,521,369 

17,753,994 
20,027,569 
17,079,088 
10,581,150 
15,741,999 

15,379,116 
10,737,790 
10,185,289 
15,181,010 
8,196,362 

9,784,419 
10,289,224 
14,999,152 
13,346,657 

5,873,182 

9,137,246 
10,672,848 
7,343,664 
8,462,788 
10,820,586 

6,591,485 
8,506,982 
6,296,974 
5,332,062 
4,721,015 

4,914,241 
8,208,208 
5,893,658 
5,943,267 
5,426,729 
675,287,688 



174,044 
106,583 
126,476 
101,936 
78,112 

99,067 
84,020 
59,618 
78,905 
39,313 

44,021 
40,408 
33,809 
20,819 
37,677 

30,631 
30,998 
21,560 
26,208 
22,445 

20,029 
23,602 
29,820 
23,657 
15,091 

25,073 
19,618 

18,425 
23,337 
20,614 

12,726 
16,397 
14,413 
11,639 
12,555 

14,619 

13,144 
11,117 
12,027 
11,134 
1,605,687 



kW.h 
678 
624 
913 
816 
882 

893 
772 
718 
719 
665 

825 

892 

1,021 

949 

754 

946 

713 

858 

1,101 

732 

945 

804 

913 

1,095 

727 

702 
947 
798 
650 
1,007 

900 
942 
823 
867 
669 

586 
1,188 
1,022 
883 
877 
810 



Statement D 



229 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 
December 31, 1983 





General Service 




General Service 










(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


c 


kW.h 


$ 




c 


kW.h 


$ 


5,008,004,743 


201,065,915 


31,732 


13,181 


4.01 


1, 394,34^,648 


46,303,162- 


22 


3.32 


64,788,739 


2,193,910 


1,270,218,748 


48,561,773 


10,937 


9,583 


3.82 


3,183,557,579 


96, 892, 798 


17 


3.04 


28,579,669 


1,058,264 


3,122,309,371 


120,613,418 


15,710 


16,614 


3.86 


138,195,288 


4,446,069 


3 


3.22 


43,581,240 


1 ,692,404 


2,175,215,814 


81,060,487 


13,563 


13,408 


3.73 


373,401,600 


12,597,363 


10 


3.37 


29,848,680 


1,130,932 


2,102,596,869 


79,991,231 


10,651 


16,843 


3.80 


560,719,959 


17,206,011 


7 


3.07 


26,371,800 


1,002,858 


1,991,283,660 


77,113,527 


12,450 


13,368 


3.87 


349,595,940 


10,698,303 


7 


3.06 


34,449,840 


1,252,631 


2,090,397,100 


73,989,692 


7,454 


23,417 


3.54 


155,548,981 


5,645,531 


3 


3.63 


31,134,600 


998,905 


981,075,743 


37,501,308 


7,569 


10,769 


3.82 


702,643,620 


21,889,756 


7 


3.12 


25,475,400 


952,499 


1,206,001,826 


44,788,980 


9,357 


10,795 


3.71 


155,718,288 


5,052,620 


4 


3.24 


23,469,120 


850,107 


408,810,258 


14,957,515 


4,554 


7,469 


3.66 


725,292,717 


22,737,988 


6 


3.14 


15,408,000 


526,861 


729,155,535 


27,271,113 


5,634 


10,864 


3.74 


209,152,800 


7,102,865 


4 


3.40 


17,360,280 


627,861 


871,603,220 


36,765,503 


5,041 


14,562 


4.22 


46,675,997 


1,346,181 


1 


2.88 


13,380,480 


534,476 


406,317,121 


15,653,118 


3,791 


8,932 


3.85 


482,525,424 


16,799,638 


4 


3.48 


10,489,320 


391,596 


383,614,807 


14,943,390 


2,840 


11,446 


3.90 


468,754,980 


13,975,971 


3 


2.98 


7,661,160 


289,810 


633,360,826 


23,641,231 


4,262 


12,516 


3.73 


39,731,978 


1,401,144 


2 


3.53 


13,837,320 


506,595 


548,897,307 


20,579,320 


3,166 


14,619 


3.75 














9,808,780 


347,667 


441,958,570 


16,609,421 


3,892 


9,341 


3.76 


127,212,306 


3,841,674 


2 


3.02 


6,229,440 


228,585 


426,567,211 


16,413,215 


2,411 


14,880 


3.85 


144,271,720 


4,856,229 


3 


3.37 


8,044,920 


300,796 


419,419,652 


16,932,646 


4,257 


8,428 


4.04 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7,045,560 


270,277 


512,549,256 


18,988,628 


2,620 


16,396 


3.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6,705,720 


239,920 


416,971,940 


16,204,450 


3,978 


8,810 


3.89 


50,641,692 


1,681,497 


1 


3.32 


7,127,722 


264,718 


460,465,566 


18,413,216 


3,345 


11,496 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7,830,360 


299,942 


353,758,565 


15,722,202 


3,704 


7,889 


4.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,121,600 


347,424 


380,242,558 


14,576,453 


2,604 


12,282 


3.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,034,520 


155,550 


265,266,840 


9,688,810 


2,136 


10,477 


3.65 


252,486,7% 


7,510,059 


2 


2.97 


6,894,000 


246,254 


393,673,917 


13,910,814 


2,532 


13,228 


3.53 














8,453,520 


291,244 


309,941,148 


12,256,207 


2,911 


8,764 


3.95 


49,884,000 


1,721,744 


1 


3.45 


6,731,640 


255,060 


360,043,579 


12,756,436 


3,809 


7,931 


3.54 


28,878,798 


926,182 


1 


3.21 


5,748,480 


200,241 


334,669,816 


11,953,123 


2,964 


9,454 


3.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,303,760 


285,330 


254,981,937 


9,803,350 


1,968 


10,942 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,537,800 


172,311 


362,343,165 


15,010,747 


3,095 


9,644 


4.14 














3,033,720 


119,747 


258,710,053 


9,861,623 


2,481 


8,868 


3.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,310,920 


123,785 


237,604,415 


9,017,340 


2,094 


9,547 


3.80 


24,065,838 


914,217 


1 


3.80 


2,887,200 


105,328 


248,525,370 


9,408,817 


2,050 


10,039 


3.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,632,480 


171,919 


242,988,664 


9,321,544 


1,837 


11,126 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,785,120 


179,437 


200,982,723 


7,671,894 


1,848 


8,801 


3.82 


32,024,535 


1,302,279 


1 


4.07 


5,738,040 


207,526 


136,610,634 


5,587,343 


997 


11,453 


4.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,674,080 


106,957 


171,206,259 


6,330,946 


1,155 


12,450 


3.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,922,640 


179,228 


181,890,244 


7,420,109 


1,527 


10,031 


4.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,871,000 


112,764 


174,233,239 


6,895,638 


1,459 


9,870 


3.% 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,673,080 


138,562 


31,474.468.269 


1.209.252.493 


210,385 


12,517 


3.84 


9,695,330,484 


306,849,281 


112 


3.16 


529,981,750 


19,360,281 



230 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blandford Blenheim . 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bothwell 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Brighton 



kW.h 
6,502,310 
199,345,606 
38,722,806 
11,485,260 
42,901,141 

28,368,753 

4,715,074 

71,485,427 

25,289,051 

1,476,820 

2,911,990 

87,074,711 
17,909,353 
50,436,346 
130,589,906 

1,441,490 

48,633,307 

23,654,390 

405,818,905 

9,722,926 

7,204,649 

5,141,682 

9,492,070 

22,250,342 

372,887,444 

6,481,606 
13,827,168 
31,825,109 

5,850,132 
10,011,802 

17,293,560 
6,743,275 
33,189,550 
43,611,060 
15,805,599 

1,353,377,317 

612,074,514 

91,500,384 

2,225,470 

25,342,915 



$ 

264,759 
8,009,790 
1,610,124 

481,831 
1,691,592 

1,151,543 

202,014 

2,835,335 

1,110,842 

66,013 

105,592 
3,279,762 

722,166 
1,972,565 
5,550,115 

68,706 

1,961,130 

1,019,295 

16,333,859 

443,670 

307,449 
232,204 
437,372 
941,508 
14,912,798 

272,453 
575,879 
1,314,391 
244,508 
387,201 

790,095 

300,399 

1,401,200 

1,887,141 

636,340 

58,673,729 
23,339,304 

3,853,053 
94,165 

1,102,283 



291 
9,174 
1,516 

447 
1,849 

1,598 

365 

2,976 

1,534 

117 

209 
2,584 

737 
1,982 
5,662 

123 
2,099 
1,010 

16,508 
545 

440 

317 

750 

1,328 

13,689 

339 
662 
1,564 
369 
402 

1,071 

416 

1,767 

2,389 

199 

45,450 
27,605 

2,560 
124 

1,507 



kW.h 

3,225,150 
68,340,174 
16,041,891 

6,847,020 
14,432,834 

16,277,683 

1,932,016 

32,326,910 

17,928,373 

1,144,850 

2,152,240 
23,740,248 

6,450,565 
16,403,600 
54,560,052 

1,099,850 

22,719,345 

9,301,830 

141,261,452 

4,118,039 

4,546,214 
3,712,750 
5,647,600 
14,094,250 
119,729,594 

3,904,716 
6,303,287 
12,122,476 
3,021,466 
4,194,209 

9,282,630 
3,511,130 
15,570,202 
21,525,395 
2,178,015 

421,717,620 
209,947,077 

24,567,771 
1,005,900 

15,211,625 



$ 

135,451 
3,067,826 
705,952 
295,802 
614,100 

698,854 

90,887 

1,358,719 

825,678 
51,493 

78,013 

1,075,253 

287,686 

787,110 

2,467,323 

52,572 

931,477 

429,694 

6,296,974 

200,951 

196,401 
166,897 
268,860 
622,381 
5,332,062 

169,966 
276,618 
524,539 
128,052 
168,344 

441,227 
157,055 
688,458 
995,327 
105,222 

20,027,569 

9,137,246 

1,072,927 

42,273 

684,998 



242 
8,246 
1,239 

385 
1,535 

1,396 

300 

2,568 

1,403 

99 

176 
2,217 

601 
1,673 
4,971 

104 

1,795 

779 

14,413 

434 

395 

272 

668 

1,197 

11,639 

295 
540 
1,329 
300 
326 

845 

322 

1,410 

2,064 

178 

40,408 
25,073 

1,678 
88 

1,304 



kW.h 
1,101 

737 
1,077 
1,482 

784 

1,000 

540 

1,088 

1,097 

954 

1,008 
899 
878 
816 
923 

865 
1,056 
987 
823 
794 

964 
1,142 
734 
971 
867 

1,126 
987 
761 
893 

1,072 

943 
909 
927 
892 
1,025 

892 
702 

1,227 
964 

1,005 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



231 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


c 


kW.h 


$ 




« 


kW.h 


$ 


3,141,800 


124,372 


49 


5,343 


3.96 


— 


— 


— 


— 


135,360 


4,936 


129,092,752 


4,871,563 


928 


11,757 


3.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,912,680 


70,401 


22,285,635 


889,397 


277 


6,656 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


395,280 


14,775 


4,490,280 


180,572 


62 


5,757 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


147,960 


5,457 


28,010,027 


1 ,060,736 


314 


7,481 


3.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


458,280 


16,756 


11,701,910 


438,988 


202 


4,828 


3.75 


_ 








_ 


389,160 


13,701 


2,651,658 


106,471 


65 


3,348 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


131,400 


4,656 


38,364,717 


1 ,447,904 


408 


8,219 


3.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


793,800 


28,712 


6,830,398 


266,136 


131 


4,412 


3.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


530,280 


19,028 


307,850 


13,676 


18 


1,350 


4.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


24,120 


844 


647,430 


24,111 


33 


1,635 


3.72 














112,320 


3,468 


62,718,503 


2,182,022 


367 


14,280 


3.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


615,960 


22,487 


11,219,028 


425,875 


136 


6,874 


3.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


239,760 


8,605 


33,273,866 


1,159,370 


309 


9,062 


3.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


758,880 


26,085 


74,694,974 


3,031,028 


691 


9,460 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,334,880 


51,764 


282,600 


13,892 


19 


1,239 


4.92 














59,040 


2,242 


25,469,002 


1,013,060 


304 


6,959 


3.98 


— 


— 


— 


— 


444,960 


16,593 


14,028,200 


577,578 


231 


5,061 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


324,360 


12,023 


237,604,415 


9,017,340 


2,094 


9,547 


3.80 


24,065,838 


914,217 


1 


3.80 


2,887,200 


105,328 


5,365,487 


233,460 


111 


4,028 


4.35 


— 


— 


- 


— 


239,400 


9,259 


2,505,795 


105,355 


45 


4,539 


4.20 














152,640 


5,693 


1,343,252 


62,087 


45 


2,488 


4.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


85,680 


3,220 


3,566,910 


158,167 


82 


3,670 


4.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


277,560 


10,345 


7,728,052 


303,779 


131 


5,071 


3.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


428,040 


15,348 


248,525,370 


9,408,817 


2,050 


10,039 


3.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4.632,480 


171,919 


2,459,890 


98,067 


44 


4,659 


3.99 














117,000 


4,420 


7,326,241 


291,825 


122 


4,924 


3.98 


— 


— 


— 


— 


197,640 


7,436 


19,222,753 


772,269 


235 


6,817 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


479,880 


17,583 


2,729,306 


112,845 


69 


3,159 


4.13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,360 


3,611 


5,623,553 


211,973 


76 


6,086 


3.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


194,040 


6,884 


7,593 690 


332,781 


226 


2,825 


4.38 














417,240 


16,087 


3,055,025 


136,647 


94 


2,680 


4.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


177,120 


6,697 


16,927,788 


687,478 


357 


3,962 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


691,560 


25,264 


21,318,145 


863,202 


325 


5,466 


4.05 


— 


— 


— 


— 


767,520 


28,612 


13.582,224 


529,346 


21 


51,448 


3.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


45,360 


1,772 


871,603,220 


36.765,503 


5,041 


14,562 


4.22 


46,675,997 


1,346,181 


1 


2.88 


13,380,480 


534,476 


393,673,917 


13,910,814 


2,532 


13,228 


3.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,453,520 


291,244 


39,512,997 


1.686,131 


881 


3,759 


4.27 


27,171,936 


1,084,777 


1 


3.99 


247,680 


9,218 


1.185,010 


50,610 


36 


2,743 


4.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


34,560 


1,282 


9,762,290 


403.594 


203 


4,130 


4.13 


" 


" 


" 




369,000 


13,691 



232 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Brock 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledon 

Caledonia 

Cambridge N. Dumfries 

Campbellford 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 



kW.h 

35,885,694 

222,712,897 

7,766,860 

6,884,770 

9,184,910 

905,881,373 
4,154,343 
55,888,157 
19,098,346 

695,005,177 

31,841,811 
25,045,174 
7,743,788 
45,922,351 
15,746,502 

7,677,165 

6,098,833 

26,148,525 

348,142,970 

3,276,840 

15,737,428 
20,913,800 

4,804,895 
23,110,212 

7,811,757 

147,995,137 
50,314,546 
14,932,109 
8,382,817 

168,857,131 

4,595,873 
13,069,148 
6,363,360 
4,163,548 
8,952,280 

3,172,650 
48,944,510 

2,905,049 
25,650,455 
16,237,810 



1,539,026 

8,714,712 

301,944 

316,860 

399,532 

36,306,103 

183,181 

2,484,938 

758,694 

29,002,382 

1,150,992 
1,085,738 

326,029 
2,003,976 

673,546 

307,679 

256,808 

1,243,008 

14,221,9% 

130,829 

689,016 
849,040 
216,164 
987,959 
337,424 

5, 6% ,639 

2,044,698 

628,739 

367,533 

6,440,174 

207,569 
534,429 
267,339 
182,662 
388,021 

129,032 
2,142,601 

128,078 
1,226,916 

702,788 



1,975 

8,053 

444 

466 

453 

33,797 

253 

2,380 

1,562 

26,947 

1,653 
1,399 

724 

2,530 

659 

518 

362 

1,230 

14,392 

191 

869 

619 

315 

1,431 



5,071 

2,019 

795 

492 

5,291 

269 
901 
410 
343 
508 

199 
1,758 

181 
1,860 

684 



kW.h 
20,059,100 
71,201,229 
4,641,090 
3,956,560 
3,985,100 

347,175,286 
3,594,386 
20,041,850 
11, 2% ,405 

226,709,251 

14,847,479 
16,541,955 

5,181,080 
24,089,739 

7,880,010 

3,907,300 

4,557,104 

13,796,060 

100,369,186 

1,917,650 

9,727,293 
7,165,081 
3,033,452 
11,612,060 
4.706,212 

35,523,254 
15,538,586 
8,950,108 
4,826,350 
47,482,351 

2,064,047 
8,813,368 
4,769,900 
3,148,128 
6,020,700 

2,116,750 
27,055,553 

2,346,221 
11,226,778 

7,230,230 



$ 

871,627 
3,177,597 
182,804 
184,811 
176,372 

15,379,116 
158,4% 
979,726 
478,565 

10,289,224 

558,682 
758,432 
225,028 
1,142,766 
355,839 

161,501 
195,950 
713,118 
4,721,015 
76,934 

431,747 
307,387 
135,273 
527,110 
206,152 

1,548,948 
744,072 
391,283 
210,927 

2,103,319 

100,941 
372,329 
198,855 
136,706 
266,363 

86,417 
1,274,090 
102,909 
590,784 
338,846 



1,687 

7,047 

354 

353 

358 

30,631 

233 

1,967 

1,394 

23,602 

1,371 
1,289 

653 
2,279 

533 

415 

335 

1,058 

12,555 

146 

731 
523 
242 
1,219 
412 

4,423 

1,715 

695 

389 

4,584 

217 
826 
358 
2% 
445 

158 
1,608 

159 
1,553 

604 



kW.h 
993 
845 
1,093 
934 
935 

946 
1,275 
849 
690 
804 



1,066 
661 
897 

1,239 

783 
1,130 
1,094 

669 
1,095 

1,104 

1,146 

1,040 

794 

952 

714 

757 

1,076 

1,120 

874 

782 
898 

1,129 
905 

1,127 

1,116 

1,402 

1,237 

601 

999 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



233 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


<t 


kW.h 


$ 




<t 


kW.h 


$ 


15,314,674 


647,658 


288 


4,431 


4.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


511,920 


19,741 


127,229,068 


4,586,462 


1,005 


10,602 


3.60 


21,994,800 


869,948 


1 


3.96 


2,287,800 


80,705 


2,968,090 


113,831 


90 


2,718 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


157,680 


5,309 


2,768,010 


126,011 


113 


2,041 


4.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


160,200 


6,038 


5,084,250 


218,794 


95 


4,323 


4.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


115,560 


4,366 


548,897,307 


20,579,320 


3,166 


14,619 


3.75 














9,808,780 


347,667 


467,077 


21,098 


20 


1,853 


4.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


92,880 


3,587 


35,260,947 


1,482,638 


413 


7,439 


4.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


585,360 


22,574 


7,371,021 


266,144 


168 


3,592 


3.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


430,920 


13,985 


460,465,566 


18,413,216 


3,345 


11,496 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7,830,360 


299,942 


16,599,052 


579,425 


282 


4,940 


3.49 














395,280 


12,885 


7,994,179 


308,467 


110 


6,056 


3.86 


— 


— 


— 


— 


509,040 


18,839 


2,349,588 


93,320 


71 


2,758 


3.97 


— 


— 


— 


— 


213,120 


7,681 


21,160,852 


836,360 


251 


7,054 


3.95 


— 


— 


— 


— 


671,760 


24,850 


7,712,052 


311,990 


126 


4,982 


4.05 


— 


— 


— 


— 


154,440 


5,717 


3,491,945 


136,967 


103 


2,798 


3.92 














277,920 


9,211 


1,425,449 


56,739 


27 


4,096 


3.98 


— 


— 


— 


— 


116,280 


4,119 


12,007,225 


516,499 


172 


5,718 


4.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


345,240 


13,391 


242,988,664 


9,321,544 


1,837 


11,126 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,785,120 


179,437 


1,244,350 


49,830 


45 


2,304 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


114,840 


4,065 


5,717,815 


246,147 


138 


3,379 


4.30 














292,320 


11,122 


13,538,479 


533,804 


96 


11,752 


3.94 


— 


— 


— 


— 


210,240 


7,849 


1,575,603 


73,506 


73 


1,774 


4.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


195,840 


7,385 


10,984,072 


442,049 


212 


4,277 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


514,080 


18,800 


2,924,105 


124,494 


76 


3,206 


4.26 


— 


— 


— 


— 


181,440 


6,778 


111,503,123 


4,112,223 


648 


14,339 


3.69 














968,760 


35,468 


34,322,720 


1,284,442 


304 


9,317 


3.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


453,240 


16,184 


5,586,001 


222,755 


100 


4,655 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


396,000 


14,701 


3,427,947 


151,779 


103 


3,007 


4.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


128,520 


4,827 


120,265,620 


4,296,655 


707 


14,156 


3.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,109,160 


40,200 


2,396,106 


101,565 


52 


3,915 


4.24 














135,720 


5,063 


3,864,460 


148,532 


75 


4,411 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


391,320 


13,568 


1,476,100 


64,159 


52 


2,197 


4.35 


— 


— 


— 


— 


117,360 


4,325 


930,460 


42,837 


47 


1,615 


4.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


84,960 


3,119 


2,779,300 


115,884 


63 


3,676 


4.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


152,280 


5,774 


987,500 


40,204 


41 


1,959 


4.07 














68,400 


2,411 


20,993,637 


834,188 


150 


11,663 


3.97 


— 


— 


— 


— 


895,320 


34,323 


495,108 


22,753 


22 


1,875 


4.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


63,720 


2,416 


13,781,797 


611,504 


307 


3,693 


4.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


641,880 


24,628 


8,716,340 


352,737 


80 


8,967 


4.05 


~ 


" 


" 


" 


291,240 


11,205 



234 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Drayton 

Dresden 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

East Zorra Tavistock 

Eganville 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flamborough 

Flesherton 

Forest 

Frankford 

Georgina 

Glencoe 

Gloucester 

Goderich 

Goulbourn 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 



kW.h 

6,211,160 
23,289,165 
52,300,958 

2,660,780 
13,916,460 

119,730,139 

37,452,285 

16,793,109 

5,057,435 

716,573,818 

18,921,016 
8,663,623 

10,868,500 
1,827,950 

18,580,789 

15,685,655 

690,390 

3,813,808 

42,221,010 

46,664,451 

37,622,342 
3,054,053,622 
34,610,286 
17,484,980 
86,151,319 

2,942,260 
20,107,070 

5,664,580 
23,451,570 
12,223,563 

22,128,780 
12,711,274 
502,405,488 
90,876,567 
20,967,540 

9,355,832 

8,135,550 

2,340,253 

33,400,310 

91,831,354 



$ 

254,582 

1,002,879 

2,320,221 

112,334 

543,899 

5,290,865 

1,531,422 

785,582 

241,807 

27,424,910 

728,267 
331,370 
439,919 
86,092 
790,664 

667,228 
35,285 

152,447 
1,463,802 
2,019,523 

1,5% ,651 

113,587,013 

1,523,664 

734,756 

3,303,766 

140,573 
811,007 
237,041 
1 ,032,367 
532,954 

926,519 

581,421 

20,796,247 

3,613,936 

934,045 

441 ,574 

310,784 

106,927 

1,473,057 

4,172,094 



341 

1,093 

2,703 

130 

603 

6,743 

2,205 

1,048 

453 

25,065 

734 
593 
579 
132 
1,017 

565 
131 
368 
870 
2,131 

2,102 
91,477 
1,759 
1,021 
2,260 

197 
1,017 

329 
1,169 

770 

1,132 

769 

22,582 

3,125 

1,100 

901 

499 

132 

2,155 

5,978 



kW.h 
2,730,640 
8 047,700 
20,598,155 
984,600 
6,543,250 

62,276,578 

12,920,531 

8,275,840 

2,740,407 

197,318,842 

8,776,0% 
4,931,665 
4,868,270 
1,395,400 
9,772,898 

8,456,120 

644,851 

2,650,443 

9,170,400 

28,205,260 

19,807,683 
776,972,941 
17,630 325 
10,061/ 30 
18,170,234 

1,483,400 
9,851,809 
2,770,250 
11,372,019 
8,143,456 

11,268,300 
4,856,780 
242,885,751 
27,145,091 
14,718,532 

4,512,100 

5,372,200 

1,253,150 

16,552,881 

51,230,909 



$ 

114,846 

384,077 

1,081,707 

41,634 
260,605 

2,986,082 
634,767 
415,243 
137,403 

8,196,362 

359,191 
191,131 
202,977 
65,692 
432,419 

366,971 

33,167 

106,443 

396,068 

1,265,820 

896,517 
32,952,885 
808,9% 
430,419 
826,010 

73,589 
414,963 
115,220 
524,325 
364,399 

484,080 

237,233 

10,820,586 

1,241,917 

671,158 

228,050 
204,733 
48,997 
769,526 
2,486,938 



275 

898 

2,330 

94 

482 

6,018 

1,890 

893 

372 
22,445 

617 
481 
454 
108 
856 

465 
126 
315 
736 
1,884 

1,843 

84,020 

1,486 

846 

1,955 

147 
849 
257 
969 
675 

937 

608 

20,614 

2,670 

991 

708 

421 

111 

1,798 

5,275 



kW.h 
830 
748 
736 
873 
1,131 

868 
571 
768 
614 

732 

1,189 
862 
920 
945 
958 

1,506 

420 

703 

1,050 

1,256 

892 
772 
997 
992 

777 

841 
982 
902 
980 
1,005 

1,003 
666 

1,007 
852 

1,292 

530 

1,051 

932 

766 

1,142 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



235 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


<t 


kW.h 


$ 




t 


kW.h 


$ 


3,375,040 


136,019 


66 


4,136 


4.03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


105,480 


3,717 


14,863,465 


604,722 


195 


6,320 


4.07 


— 


— 


— 


— 


378,000 


14,080 


30,518,043 


1,195,762 


373 


6,800 


3.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,184,760 


42,752 


1,624,700 


68,809 


36 


3,761 


4.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


51,480 


1.891 


7,191,050 


276,861 


121 


4,912 


3.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


182,160 


6,433 


54,914,481 


2,209,356 


725 


6,338 


4.02 














2,539,080 


95,427 


23,949,634 


876,921 


315 


6,356 


3.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


582,120 


19,734 


8,222,069 


358,890 


155 


4,449 


4.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


295,200 


11,449 


2,169,788 


98,904 


81 


2,260 


4.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


147,240 


5,500 


512,549,256 


18,988,628 


2,620 


16,396 


3.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6,705,720 


239,920 


9,912,720 


361,198 


117 


7,121 


3.64 














232,200 


7,878 


3,527,118 


133,443 


112 


2,624 


3.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


204,840 


6,796 


5,819,150 


230,504 


125 


3,911 


3.% 


— 


— 


— 


— 


181,080 


6,438 


376,750 


18,226 


24 


1,256 


4.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


55,800 


2,174 


8,616,731 


351,220 


161 


4,488 


4.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


191,160 


7,025 


7,040,535 


293,159 


100 


5,867 


4.16 














189,000 


7,098 


26,819 


1,403 


5 


447 


5.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


18,720 


715 


1 ,087,765 


43,381 


53 


1,710 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


75,600 


2,623 


32,795,730 


1,058,295 


134 


20,395 


3.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


254,880 


9,439 


18,008,471 


736,497 


247 


6,051 


4.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


450,720 


17,206 


17,221,379 


678,645 


259 


5,520 


3.94 














593,280 


21,489 


2,090,397,100 


73,989,692 


7,454 


23,417 


3.54 


155,548,981 


5,645,531 


3 


3.63 


31,134,600 


998,905 


16,357,521 


690,976 


273 


4,939 


4.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


622,440 


23,692 


7,121,700 


293,409 


175 


3,471 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


301,680 


10,928 


67,344,605 


2,454,715 


305 


18,461 


3.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


636,480 


23,041 


1,336,100 


62,154 


50 


2,227 


4.65 














122,760 


4,830 


9,847,741 


381,357 


168 


4,799 


3.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


407,520 


14,687 


2,801,450 


118,486 


72 


3,242 


4.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


92,880 


3,335 


11,671,671 


492,318 


200 


4,839 


4.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


407,880 


15,724 


3,853,307 


160,249 


95 


3,310 


4.16 


— 


— 


— 


— 


226,800 


8,306 


10,603,080 


432,820 


195 


4,555 


4.08 














257,400 


9,619 


7,585,574 


333,920 


161 


3,926 


4.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


268,920 


10,268 


254,981,937 


9,803,350 


1,968 


10,942 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,537,800 


172,311 


62,639,956 


2,332,184 


455 


11,447 


3.72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,091,520 


39,835 


5,977,568 


252,635 


109 


4,570 


4.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


271,440 


10,252 


4,543,132 


202,316 


193 


1,942 


4.45 














300,600 


11,208 


2,655,350 


102,346 


78 


2,950 


3.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


108,000 


3,705 


1,047,143 


56,588 


21 


4,155 


5.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


39,960 


1,342 


16,179,269 


678,733 


357 


3,777 


4.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


668,160 


24,798 


38,685,965 


1,610,277 


703 


5,959 


4.16 








" 


1,914,480 


74,879 



236 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Guelph 

Hagersville 

Halton Hills 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kanata 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener Wilmot . 

L Orignal 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lincoln 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 

Lucknow 



kW.h 
797,743,740 

15,112,720 

271,139,532 

5,279,229,255 

62,238,192 

17,878,699 
18,815,178 
8,462,822 
9,417,750 
158,413,555 

83,813,199 
12,828,893 
1,179,530 
38,576,783 
70,654,108 

20,084,172 
6,426,038 
186,731,258 
45,902,650 
25,951,388 

89,236,465 

3,814,515 

57,142,072 

570,150,899 

35,369,232 

1,879,210 

1,387,437,766 

13,686,217 

22,483,754 

5,885,904 

5,767,015 

6,897,894 

2,949,580 

100,704,392 

23,647,472 

145,598,790 

55,804,775 

2,060,974,208 

11,698,510 

8,801,730 



31,755,529 

602,758 

11,717,614 

185,200,692 

2,529,067 

742,809 
855,623 
369,776 
391,954 
5,393,097 

3,283,380 

527,616 

56,285 

1,506,558 

2,919,816 

760,297 

264,348 

7,867,731 

1,975,881 

1,117,296 

3,720,999 

180,553 

2,352,504 

21,226,523 

1,532,298 

74,729 

52,755,833 

621,495 

914,222 

278,089 

245,582 

310,715 

118,253 

3,912,368 

1,021,572 

5,529,592 

2,340,486 

81,230,899 

491,276 

389,025 



23,974 

1,014 

11,493 

117,537 

2,481 

872 
940 
523 
594 
3,719 

1,975 

435 

107 

1,586 

3,240 

500 

495 

7,529 

2,577 

1,051 

5,008 

320 

2,649 

22,235 

2,106 

128 

49,659 

663 

1,081 

372 

290 

490 

189 

4,309 

1,671 

5,293 

1,988 

88,266 

621 

571 



kW.h 
218,859,889 

7,252,990 
126,546,429 
7% ,873, 259 

20,453,550 

7,490,801 
10,128,100 
4,629,126 
5,558,830 
43,394,147 

23,205,298 
4,220,980 
792,400 
13,451,100 
24,236,845 

5,271,150 

3,231,928 

76,653,406 

20,813,220 

12,184,989 

38,692,254 
2,364,885 
36,320,191 
175,480,042 
19,874,110 

1,228,650 

431,769,151 

9,503,431 

12,013,790 

3,169,360 

3,436,794 

5,278,480 

1,776,960 

31,489,037 

12,783,122 

43,619,686 

18,555,180 

675,784,974 

7,593,000 

5,006,980 



10,185,289 

309,084 

5,820,725 

38,687,857 
908,907 

344,487 
464,038 
209,170 
237,301 
1,591,371 

1,026,679 
155,134 
37,922 
575,979 

1,153,767 

224,560 
136,943 
3,758,238 
970,452 
555,509 

1,755,148 

115,220 

1,510,028 

7,343,664 

927,060 

48,628 
17,753,994 
437,897 
501,530 
152,919 

147,767 

240,934 

74,132 

1,422,948 

576,949 

1,902,912 

850,095 

30,539,192 

324,068 

224,694 



21,560 

807 

10,246 

106,583 

2,097 

725 
767 
427 
495 
3,221 

1,679 

347 

85 

1,264 

2,781 

420 

400 

7,067 

2,173 

883 

4,265 

265 

2,283 

18,425 

1,813 

98 

44,021 

576 

921 

296 

224 

434 

157 

3,622 

1,519 

4,513 

1,721 

78,905 

533 

449 



kW.h 
858 
738 
1,035 
624 
814 

872 

1,099 

908 

949 

1,127 

1,159 

1,008 

786 

878 

727 

1,046 

677 

954 

799 

1,154 

758 
744 
1,329 
798 
915 

1,045 

825 

1,377 

1,098 

901 

1,302 

1,016 

920 

723 
709 

812 
904 
719 
1,183 
923 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



237 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


<z 


kW.h 


$ 




c 


kW.h 


$ 


426,567,211 


16,413,215 


2,411 


14,880 


3.85 


144,271,720 


4,856,229 


3 


3.37 


8,044,920 


300,796 


7,547,970 


283,397 


207 


3,193 


3.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


311,760 


10,277 


142,549,383 


5,818,874 


1,247 


9,572 


4.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,043,720 


78,015 


1,270,218,748 


48,561,773 


10,937 


9,583 


3.82 


3,183,557,579 


96,892,798 


17 


3.04 


28,579,669 


1,058,264 


41,213,322 


1,599,130 


384 


9,062 


3.88 


— 


— 


— 


— 


571,320 


21,030 


10,050,938 


385,804 


147 


5,737 


3.84 














336,960 


12,518 


8,437,958 


382,173 


173 


3,973 


4.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


249,120 


9,412 


3,642,536 


153,457 


96 


3,162 


4.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


191,160 


7,149 


3,673,880 


148,074 


99 


3,156 


4.03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


185,040 


6,579 


113,790,368 


3,762,607 


498 


19,273 


3.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,229,040 


39,119 


59,846,501 


2,228,829 


296 


16,569 


3.72 














761,400 


27,872 


8,471,833 


368,050 


88 


8,115 


4.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


136,080 


4,432 


362,650 


17,384 


22 


1,374 


4.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


24,480 


979 


24,825,803 


920,089 


322 


6,307 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


299,880 


10,490 


44,976,903 


1,713,194 


459 


8,499 


3.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,440,360 


52,855 


14,679,822 


530,790 


80 


15,291 


3.62 














133,200 


4,947 


2,995,750 


120,555 


95 


2,574 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


198,360 


6,850 


108,838,372 


4,062,179 


462 


20,428 


3.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,239,480 


47,314 


24,252;O70 


974,379 


404 


5,002 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


837,360 


31,050 


13,403,519 


547,753 


168 


6,769 


4.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


362,880 


14,034 


48,700,291 


1,897,501 


743 


5,462 


3.90 














1,843,920 


68,350 


1,338,750 


61,095 


55 


2,028 


4.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


110,880 


4,238 


20,011,521 


812,673 


366 


4,556 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


810,360 


29,803 


360,043,579 


12,756,436 


3,809 


7,931 


3.54 


28,878,798 


926,182 


1 


3.21 


5,748,480 


200,241 


14,853,962 


582,261 


293 


4,239 


3.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


641,160 


22,977 


601,600 


24,358 


30 


1,671 


4.05 














48,960 


1,743 


729,155,535 


27,271,113 


5,634 


10,864 


3.74 


209,152,800 


7,102,865 


4 


3.40 


17,360,280 


627,861 


3,949,866 


174,389 


87 


3,740 


4.42 


— 


— 


— 


— 


232,920 


9,209 


10,007,004 


395,789 


160 


5,148 


3.96 


— 


— 


— 


— 


462 ,960 


16,903 


2,562,824 


119,196 


76 


2,848 


4.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


153,720 


5,974 


2,193,061 


92,828 


66 


2,728 


4.23 














137,160 


4,987 


1 ,526,534 


66,308 


56 


2,313 


4.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


92,880 


3,473 


1,082,260 


41,023 


32 


2,733 


3.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


90,360 


3,098 


67,952,835 


2,445,466 


687 


8,291 


3.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,262,520 


43,954 


10,435,230 


428,417 


152 


5,539 


4.11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


429,120 


16,206 


100,678,064 


3,581,141 


780 


10,729 


3.56 














1,301,040 


45,539 


36,622,475 


1,465,968 


267 


11,517 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


627,120 


24,423 


1,206,001,826 


44,788,980 


9,357 


10,795 


3.71 


155,718,288 


5,052,620 


4 


3.24 


23,469,120 


850,107 


3,897,070 


159,627 


88 


3,569 


4.10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


208,440 


7,581 


3,602,510 


157,072 


122 


2,481 


4.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


192,240 


7,259 



238 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean 

Neustadt 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara On The Lake 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

N. Dorchester Twp.... 
North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 



kW.h 
11,875,892 
1,584,735 
13,584,340 
753,666,926 
10,505,810 

1,645,130 
9,331,585 
6,943,753 
5,725,830 
38,568,280 

3,668,268 

135,916,654 

6,603,494 

6,827,834 

270,126,725 

10,359,110 
3,504,635,624 
26.319,506 
4,026,640 
22,229,277 

6,7%, 243 

30,417,254 

46,075,624 

684,941 ,038 

2,918,850 

3,403,826 

2,730,283 

132,714,312 

211,753,996 

524,316,325 

87,545,393 

16,442,292 

446,563,196 

6,963,091 

4,687,802,901 

15,503,032 
8,993,682 
1,093,467,722 
3,504,330 
6,809,959 



$ 
498,715 

68,537 

593,305 

32,383,933 

425,232 

71,555 

392,143 

291,840 

247,319 

1 ,639,627 

154,956 

5,149,490 

289,430 

305,186 

11,633,718 

448,597 

133,244,594 

1,181,183 

172,562 

999,660 

299,486 

1,268,390 

1,772,896 

28,078,660 

138,012 

167,196 

120,625 

5,344,064 

8,475,109 

20,701,241 

4,037,979 

722,644 

18,492,390 

293,526 

183,919,534 

748,353 
365,766 
39,790,321 
147,237 
306,168 



636 

140 

617 

30,465 

628 

123 
512 
381 
427 
1,925 

288 

4,598 

437 

429 

9,884 

558 

88,770 

1,268 

159 
1,100 

536 

1,686 

2,033 

26,261 

257 

265 

185 

5,584 

10,045 

26,301 

4,764 

907 

18,878 

440 

142,189 

1,307 

536 

23,662 

339 

384 



kW.h 
5,802,237 
815,665 
6,111,950 
327,201,714 
5,631,318 

1,202,300 
6,024,133 
3,516,009 
4,208,050 
16,049,081 

2,411,650 

38,207,742 

4,559,574 

4,206,633 

102,957,883 

5,445,300 

814,946,9% 

11,212,025 

1,722,180 
11,951,875 

4,392,637 

15,233,286 

14,259,569 

300,663,960 

2,205,700 

2,093,543 

1,237,341 

61,081,286 

104,390,331 

181,342,749 

37,908,492 

7,251,516 

184,542,223 

3,148,528 

1,383,717,002 

9,906,530 
5,431,062 
233,436,775 
2,108,300 
3,618,839 



$ 
247,077 

35,625 

282,822 

15,181,010 

237,410 

51,972 
253,385 
151,328 
186,817 
741,406 

102,173 

1,693,892 

197,350 

192,170 

4,867,900 

232 ,%7 

35,044,494 

540,352 

76,821 

555,557 

199,266 
651,891 
613,3% 
13,346,657 
102,287 

110,034 

57,574 

2,637,457 

4,407,205 

8,462,788 

1.883,231 
356,529 

8,506,982 
139,515 

57.167.643 

492.220 

223,823 

10,581,150 

88,900 

172,3% 



478 
104 
483 
26,208 
505 

103 
433 
297 
392 
1,648 

242 

4,039 

347 

343 

8,353 

459 

78,112 

1,088 

129 

934 

458 

1,374 

1,631 

23,657 

222 

225 

146 

4,973 

9,087 

23,337 

4,223 

744 

16,397 

359 

126,476 

1,105 

467 

20,819 

253 

317 



kW.h 
1,005 

641 
1,029 
1,101 

922 

973 
1,184 
993 
901 
813 

830 

790 

1,086 

1,025 

1,035 



882 

862 

1,113 

1,071 

803 
930 
730 
1,095 
839 

775 
701 
1,025 
973 
650 

1,138 

811 
942 
737 
913 

749 
971 
949 
697 
948 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



239 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


c 


kW.h 


$ 




c 


kW.h 


$ 


5,804,735 


241,731 


158 


3,023 


4.16 


— 


— 


— 


— 


268,920 


9,907 


697,430 


30,302 


36 


1,614 


4.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


71,640 


2,610 


7,251,350 


302,128 


134 


4,443 


4.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


221,040 


8,355 


419,419,652 


16,932,646 


4,257 


8,428 


4.04 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7.045,560 


270,277 


4,578,572 


177,492 


123 


2,935 


3.88 


— 


— 


— 


— 


295,920 


10,330 


395,670 


17,827 


20 


1,649 


4.51 














47,160 


1,756 


3.105,492 


131,168 


79 


3,361 


4.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


201,960 


7,590 


3,246,664 


133,709 


84 


3,110 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


181,080 


6,803 


1 .340,300 


54,011 


35 


3,191 


4.03 


— 


— 


— 


— 


177,480 


6,491 


21,787,679 


870,437 


277 


6,626 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


731,520 


27,784 


1,175,618 


49,940 


46 


1,921 


4.25 














81,000 


2,843 


96.636,112 


3,418,657 


559 


14,536 


3.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,072,800 


36,941 


1,847,360 


84,549 


90 


1,711 


4.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


196,560 


7,531 


2,494,481 


108,251 


86 


2,417 


4.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


126,720 


4,765 


164,903,002 


6,676,506 


1,531 


8,952 


4.05 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,265,840 


89,312 


4,655,690 


205,862 


99 


3,919 


4.42 














258,120 


9,768 


2,102,596,869 


79,991,231 


10,651 


16,843 


3.80 


560,719,959 


17,206,011 


7 


3.07 


26,371,800 


1 ,002,858 


14,744,601 


626,837 


180 


6,826 


4.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


362,880 


13,994 


2,220,940 


92,627 


30 


6,382 


4.17 


— 


— 


— 


— 


83,520 


3,114 


9,888,242 


429,051 


166 


4,905 


4.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


389,160 


15,052 


2,262,126 


95,076 


78 


2,417 


4.20 














141,480 


5,144 


14,811,368 


602,894 


312 


3,994 


4.07 


— 


— 


— 


— 


372,600 


13,605 


31,200.815 


1,138,082 


402 


6,500 


3.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


615,240 


21,418 


380,242,558 


14,576,453 


2,604 


12,282 


3.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,034,520 


155,550 


629,630 


32,458 


35 


1,543 


5.16 


— 


— 


— 


— 


83,520 


3,267 


1 ,225,323 


54,104 


40 


2,553 


4.42 














84,960 


3,058 


1 .422,022 


60,411 


39 


2,963 


4.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


70,920 


2,640 


69.600,106 


2.632,175 


611 


9,603 


3.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,032,920 


74,432 


104,732.785 


3,972,247 


958 


9,275 


3.79 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,630,880 


95,657 


334,669.816 


11,953,123 


2,964 


9,454 


3.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,303,760 


285,330 


48,573,101 


2,113.145 


541 


10,170 


4.35 














1 ,063,800 


41,603 


9,062,616 


361,406 


163 


4,662 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


128,160 


4,709 


258,710,053 


9,861 ,623 


2,481 


8,868 


3.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,310,920 


123,785 


3.661.203 


148,373 


81 


3,676 


4.05 


— 


— 


— 


— 


153,360 


5,638 


3,122.309,371 


120,613,418 


15,710 


16,614 


3.86 


138,195,288 


4,446,069 


3 


3.22 


43,581,240 


1 ,692,404 


5,249,822 


242,768 


202 


2.155 


4.62 














346,680 


13,365 


3,386.220 


135,688 


69 


4,090 


4.01 


— 


— 


— 


— 


176,400 


6,255 


383,614,807 


14.943.390 


2,840 


11,446 


3.90 


468,754,980 


13,975,971 


3 


2.98 


7,661,160 


289,810 


1 ,299,550 


55,114 


86 


1,259 


4.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


96,480 


3,223 


3,074,792 


129,293 


67 


3,824 


4.20 










116,328 


4,479 



240 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Orangeville 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Point Edward.... 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne . . . 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll ... 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Priceville 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill .. 
Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 



kW.h 

107,979,536 

232,611,513 

1,309,224,704 

3,566,954,164 

202,120,469 

8,840,668 
13,745,720 
47,228,155 
12,247,790 
62,053,044 

14,950,293 
124,848,334 
47,676,132 
69,029,821 
589,872,118 

28,050,713 

317,624,054 

36,528,989 

7,596,745 

38,020,531 

3,289,930 
168,729,919 
24,347,664 
63,789,369 
146,513,345 

12,043,557 

3,685,415 

12,078,080 

37,275,196 

813,740 

8,760,938 

6,300,752 

74,171,487 

308,381 ,765 

20,729,999 

5,816,710 
31,544,414 
7,741,721 
5,964,002 
1,940,840 



4,254,699 

9,160,464 

49,923,440 

134,468,873 

7,883,865 

380,433 
605,350 

2,099,648 
511,780 

2,605,086 

684,680 

5,156,448 

1,849,405 

2,800,686 

24,905,859 

1 ,260,822 

13,902,508 

1,573,613 

340,196 

1,612,913 

167,490 
7,144,752 
1,088,186 
2,592,836 
5,653,458 

500,652 
165,553 
549,688 
1,529,374 
41,082 

377,941 

278,567 

3,207,764 

13,476,140 

912,811 

252,010 

1,346.994 

337,590 

247,580 

77,240 



4,927 
9,136 
37,604 
115,509 
7,426 

483 
875 

2,887 
5% 

2,788 

1.117 
5,758 
1,899 
2,802 
22,530 

1,708 

14,141 

1.955 

360 

1,011 

393 
7,933 
1,908 
2,442 
3,645 

879 

420 

1,163 

2,088 

105 

475 

413 

3,509 

13,554 

1,307 

294 
1,537 
472 
477 
163 



kW.h 

36,904,780 

83,896,255 

409,892,839 

988,488,070 

65,091,012 

6,473,824 
7,487,230 

20,701,852 
6,598,266 

31,039,493 

9,058,769 
50,160,548 
22,213,892 
23,151,258 
223,315,330 

12,571,324 
178,339,340 

16,698,406 
4,613,555 
6,622,835 

2.141,750 
48,906,903 
11,069,985 
36,685,020 
37,871,949 

8,373,422 
2,190,742 
7,094,414 
15,245,623 
751,200 

4,824,230 

3,251,119 

32,657,472 

123,620,521 

8,921,465 

3,727,200 
20,439,873 
5,852,188 
3,231,274 
979,850 



1,627,477 

3,446,101 

17,079,088 

39,680,091 

2,828,603 

276,772 
344,681 

1,010,965 
285,409 

1,348,624 

435,280 

2,293,557 

922,312 

1 ,080,056 

10,672,848 

619,649 
8,208,208 
771,360 
209,967 
326,804 

111,143 
2,629,469 

557,604 
1,553,727 
1,802,172 

336,097 

98,622 

338,332 

653,637 

37,979 

217,850 

153,332 

1,517,475 

5,943,267 

431,145 

162,440 
894,939 
254,295 
134,228 

40,875 



4,229 
8,003 
33,809 
101,936 
6,369 

403 
738 

2,534 
488 

2,278 

971 
4,781 
1,658 
2,336 
19,618 

1,466 

13,144 

1,585 

300 

812 

313 
7,085 
1,641 
2,126 
3,220 

836 

304 

1,033 

1.794 
97 

383 
380 

2,970 
12,027 

1,105 

249 
1,373 
402 
394 
138 



kW.h 
733 
875 
1,021 
816 
854 

1,316 

848 

682 

1,136 

1,127 

778 
881 
1,123 
827 
947 

714 
1,188 

874 
1,282 



568 

577 

567 

1,440 

987 

841 
599 
573 
708 
645 

1,050 
719 
923 
883 

675 

1,237 

1,280 

1,232 

690 

587 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



241 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 
















Sales 






Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 








Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


i 


kW.h 


$ 




« 


kW.h 


$ 


69,995,116 


2,588,822 


698 


8,417 


3.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,079,640 


38,400 


145,142,978 


5,588,142 


1,133 


10,657 


3.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,572,280 


126,221 


406,317,121 


15,653,118 


3,791 


8,932 


3.85 


482,525,424 


16,799,638 


4 


3.48 


10,489,320 


391,596 


2,175,215,814 


81,060,487 


13,563 


13,408 


3.73 


373,401,600 


12,597,363 


10 


3.37 


• 29,848,680 


1,130,932 


95,356,056 


3,727,395 


1,056 


7,575 


3.91 


39,403,601 


1,243,560 


1 


3.16 


2,269,800 


84,307 


2,222,844 


98,351 


80 


2,205 


4.42 














144,000 


5,310 


5,880,850 


246,724 


137 


3,577 


4.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


377,640 


13,945 


25,472,943 


1,048,272 


353 


6,048 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,053,360 


40,411 


5,467,724 


219,759 


108 


4,258 


4.02 


— 


— 


— 


— 


181,800 


6,612 


30,248,551 


1,227,768 


510 


4,885 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


765,000 


28,694 


5,685,244 


241,694 


146 


3,245 


4.25 














206,280 


7,706 


72,668,186 


2,790,799 


977 


6,198 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,019,600 


72,092 


24,863,200 


905,833 


241 


8,669 


3.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


599,040 


21,260 


45,390,763 


1,703,319 


466 


8,205 


3.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


487,800 


17,311 


309,941,148 


12,256,207 


2,911 


8,764 


3.95 


49,884,000 


1,721,744 


1 


3.45 


6,731,640 


255,060 


15,089,149 


626,735 


242 


5,132 


4.15 














390,240 


14,438 


136,610,634 


5,587,343 


997 


11,453 


4.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,674,080 


106,957 


19,186,183 


778,256 


370 


4,153 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


644,400 


23,997 


2,834,510 


124,596 


60 


3,937 


4.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


148,680 


5,633 


30,919,256 


1,268,859 


199 


13,013 


4.10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


478,440 


17,250 


1,083,380 


53,859 


80 


1,115 


4.97 














64,800 


2,488 


113,843,744 


4,305,520 


847 


11,096 


3.78 


4,359,632 


148,618 


1 


3.41 


1,619,640 


61,145 


12,775,839 


512,392 


267 


3,958 


4.01 


— 


— 


— 


— 


501,840 


18,190 


26,349,069 


1,012,336 


316 


7,038 


3.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


755,280 


26,773 


107,324,876 


3,799,582 


425 


20,751 


3.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,316,520 


51,704 


3,450,895 


156,902 


43 


6,847 


4.55 














219,240 


7,653 


1,356,073 


61,786 


116 


974 


4.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


138,600 


5,145 


4,653,186 


199,035 


130 


3,053 


4.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


330,480 


12,321 


21,610,173 


860,496 


294 


6,084 


3.98 


— 


— 


— 


— 


419,400 


15,241 


28,700 


1,792 


8 


299 


6.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


33,840 


1,311 


3,778,308 


154,334 


92 


3,386 


4.08 














158,400 


5,757 


2,968,993 


122,165 


33 


7,497 


4.11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


80,640 


3,070 


40,311,255 


1,644,682 


539 


6,314 


4.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,202,760 


45,607 


181,890,244 


7,420,109 


1,527 


10,031 


4.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,871,000 


112,764 


11,174,214 


458,044 


202 


4,565 


4.10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


634,320 


23,622 


1,956,310 


84,506 


45 


3,623 


4.32 














133,200 


5,064 


10,702,781 


437,223 


164 


5,472 


4.09 


— 


— 


— 


— 


401,760 


14,832 


1,669,213 


75,038 


70 


1,987 


4.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


220,320 


8,257 


2,544,088 


106,734 


83 


2,524 


4.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


188,640 


6,618 


905,550 


34,429 


25 


3,593 


3.80 










55,440 


1,936 



242 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Scugog 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Dumfries 

South River 

South West Oxford.. 
Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sundridge 

Tara 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. ... 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 



kW.h 
10,536,340 
64,330,038 
656,154,306 
3,417,117,380 
16,873,106 

34,582,355 
16,000,315 
21,619,440 
140,121,468 
25,958,620 

88,472,821 

8,588,418 

8,722,486 

22,305,240 

29,268,582 

2,570,690 

1,462,683,889 

13,982,790 

37,322,670 

232,606,087 

16,282,220 

13,623,839 

292,042,379 

264,983,341 

64,740,495 

45,535,549 

688,214,381 

8,551,180 

7,826,130 

38,533,268 

9,782,050 
21,285,411 
6,979,644 
5,759,990 
12,148,976 

15,012,624 

2,117,700 

3,358,330 

132,307,547 

1,026,738,363 



$ 

456,891 

2,749,787 

23,318,305 

131,465,915 

730,279 

1,369,094 

708,942 

931,645 

5,634,779 

1,213,097 

3,578,786 
344,158 
359,734 
759,980 

1,282,214 

105,678 

52,743,733 

616,106 

1,622,150 

9,718,729 

682,687 

580,708 

12,460,929 

10,955,214 

2,816,711 

1,898,964 

31,068,778 

348,110 

281,668 

1,698,667 

398,335 
909,487 
309,901 
238,120 
553,242 

647,674 

96,668 

142,820 

5,318,277 

41,290,969 



511 

4,294 

17,229 

111,524 

795 

1,702 
1,012 
1,132 
5,204 
1,189 

4,084 
365 
493 
352 

1,762 

214 
43,873 

933 
2,060 
10,430 

1,164 

748 

12,593 

9,854 

3,242 

2,309 

33,524 

439 

343 

2,052 

470 
893 
462 
328 
691 

959 

159 

195 

5,959 

41,941 



kW.h 

8,051,510 

49,591,215 

131,506,670 

1,041,787,940 

9,583,281 

20,106,427 
7,955,622 
12,197,250 
46,396,607 
12,382,122 

34,216,965 

2,944,125 
5,230,284 
3,028,600 
18,799,290 

1,978,050 

313,172,914 

9,965,051 

16,680,530 

71,337,620 

9,911,750 

7,216,120 

114,136,060 

83,969,964 

25,925,238 

25,332,480 
326,334,216 
4,459,400 
4,076,950 
18,550,941 

5,078,036 
12,805,102 
3,029,300 
2,933,400 
7,062,442 

7,646,509 

1,297,690 

2,445,000 

41,877,351 

339,808,239 



$ 

350,945 

2,167,769 

5,873,182 

42,401 ,454 

433,979 

792,823 
374,132 
543,217 
2,155,110 
644,694 

1,565,088 
128,986 
218,233 
141,448 
850,784 

81,234 

14,521,369 

464,256 

786,820 

3,551,165 

421,330 

316,881 

5,426,729 

3,910,766 

1,235,628 

1,116,260 

14,999,152 

180,534 

148,381 

913,621 

212,655 
580,253 
130,187 
124,788 
334,121 

347,699 

59,289 

105,8% 

2,132,148 

15,741,999 



470 
4,007 
15,091 
99,067 

676 

1,454 
853 
959 

4,445 
995 

3,449 
310 
423 
314 

1,597 

180 

39,313 

884 

1,713 

9,237 

1,000 
622 
11,134 
8,725 
2,775 

2,023 

29,820 

350 

275 
1,871 

399 
812 
367 
256 
560 

831 

127 

171 

5,288 

37,677 



kW.h 

1,528 

1,035 

727 

893 

1,183 

1,170 
780 

1,058 
873 

1,043 

824 

802 

1,040 

804 



921 
665 
957 
811 
643 

840 

976 
877 
802 
785 

1,050 

913 

1,059 

1,235 

837 

1,074 

1,317 

688 

955 

1,045 

777 
845 
1,199 
666 
754 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



243 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 




(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


« 


kW.h 


$ 




t 


kW.h 


$ 


2,339,030 


100,421 


41 


4,641 


4.29 


— 


— 


— 


— 


145,800 


5,525 


14,258,223 


565,027 


287 


4,154 


3.% 


— 


— 


— 


— 


480,600 


16,991 


265,266,840 


9,688,810 


2,136 


10,477 


3.65 


252,486,7% 


7,510,059 


2 


2.97 


6,894,000 


246,254 


1,991,283,660 


77,113,527 


12,450 


13,368 


3.87 


349,595,940 


10,698,303 


7 


3.06 


34,449,840 


1,252,631 


6,916,145 


282,303 


119 


5,146 


4.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


373,680 


13,997 


14,062,288 


560,968 


248 


4,803 


3.99 














413,640 


15,303 


7,634,293 


319,731 


159 


4,001 


4.19 


— 


— 


— 


— 


410,400 


15,079 


8,987,670 


372,482 


173 


4,380 


4.14 


— 


— 


— 


— 


434,520 


15,946 


91,797,061 


3,409,787 


759 


10,186 


3.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 ,927,800 


69,882 


13,263,298 


556,607 


194 


5,727 


4.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


313,200 


11,796 


53,111,056 


1 ,974,266 


635 


6,883 


3.72 














1,144,800 


39,432 


5,512,533 


210,215 


55 


8,203 


3.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


131,760 


4,957 


3,346,042 


136,117 


70 


3,768 


4.07 


— 


— 


— 


— 


146,160 


5,384 


19,049,480 


610,276 


38 


41,775 


3.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


227,160 


8,256 


9,831,372 


407,331 


165 


4,965 


4.14 


— 


— 


— 


— 


637,920 


24,099 


517,400 


21,794 


34 


1,268 


4.21 














75,240 


2,650 


408,810,258 


14,957,515 


4,554 


7,469 


3.66 


725,292,717 


22,737,988 


6 


3.14 


15,408,000 


526,861 


3,687,619 


140,241 


49 


6,538 


3.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


330,120 


11,609 


20,119,060 


816,018 


347 


4,777 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


523,080 


19,312 


158,219,627 


6,054,332 


1,193 


11,098 


3.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,048,840 


113,232 


6,011,550 


248,544 


164 


2,896 


4.13 














358,920 


12,813 


6,162,199 


254,605 


126 


4,175 


4.13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


245,520 


9,222 


174,233,239 


6,895,638 


1,459 


9,870 


3.% 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,673,080 


138,562 


177,435,337 


6,910,369 


1,129 


13,226 


3.89 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,578,040 


134,079 


38,022,897 


1,551,196 


467 


6,785 


4.08 


— 


— 


— 


— 


792,360 


29,887 


19,487,389 


756,787 


286 


5,678 


3.88 














715,680 


25,917 


353,758,565 


15,722,202 


3,704 


7,889 


4.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,121,600 


347,424 


3,930,500 


161,518 


89 


3,639 


4.11 


— 


— 


— 


— 


161,280 


6,058 


3,585,020 


127,792 


68 


4,393 


3.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


164,160 


5,495 


19,232,447 


756,825 


181 


8,954 


3.94 


— 


— 


— 


— 


749,880 


28,221 


4,528,334 


179,225 


71 


5,169 


3.% 














175,680 


6,455 


8,104,829 


315,456 


81 


8,338 


3.89 


— 


— 


— 


— 


375,480 


13,778 


3,712,744 


170,619 


95 


3,223 


4.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


237,600 


9,095 


2,653,070 


107,205 


72 


3,071 


4.04 


— 


— 


— 


— 


173,520 


6,127 


4,799,254 


208,161 


131 


3,100 


4.34 


— 


— 


— 


— 


287,280 


10,960 


7,008,275 


286,818 


128 


4,599 


4.09 














357,840 


13,157 


746,930 


34,685 


32 


2,008 


4.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


73,080 


2,694 


861,850 


34,994 


24 


2,993 


4.06 


— 


— 


— 


— 


51,480 


1,930 


88,397,996 


3,111,733 


671 


11,028 


3.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,032,200 


74,396 


633,360,826 


23,641,231 


4,262 


12,516 


3.73 


39,731,978 


1,401,144 


2 


3.53 


13,837,320 


506,595 



244 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterford 

Waterloo North 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellington 

West Lincoln 

West Lome 

Westminster Twp 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Whitchurch Stouffville 
Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zorra 



kW.h 

38,059,312 

102,876,418 

7,877,744,525 

16,385,608 
198,689,108 

14,668,555 

26,219,280 

14,113,070 

500,654,510 

8,107,201 

51,936,167 

160,397,453 

2,722,790 

4,897,608 

57,985,761 

14,354,089 
696,910,329 
11,100,069 
5,297,138 
3,417,429 

341,205,214 
8,858,094 
8,067,150 
12,248,652 
12,667,061 

6,631,268 

9,873,262 

310,122,326 

49,348,809 

18,989,588 

2,298,370 

29,484,995 

1,887,900 

2,223,226,791 

47,067,000 

259,559,986 
4,177,530 

10,288,170 
839,996,000 

21,803,109 



$ 

1,559,038 

4,577,286 

307,600,827 

695,854 

7,261,489 

590,563 

1,097,723 

597,442 

21,721,979 

381,855 

2,044,061 

6,298,574 

106,532 

225,781 

2,874,454 

668,640 
27,935,084 
500,053 
241,459 
155,570 

14,095,940 
358,979 
372,564 
528,161 
552,906 

285,862 

420,295 

12,403,832 

1,883,931 

832,597 

103,383 

1,049,224 

86,913 

83,170,672 

1,869,214 

9,979,737 

174,119 

429,356 

31,417,470 

860,981 



1,607 

4,100 

205,798 

991 

5,705 

798 

1,285 

779 

15,821 

635 

1,939 

4,354 
1% 
306 

5,274 

1,106 

24,008 
655 
499 
210 

16,468 
583 
523 
555 
975 

359 

617 

12,272 

2,035 

974 

150 

910 

153 

67,194 

1,344 

10,251 
282 
680 

34,892 
874 



kW.h 
12,480,929 
32,252,680 
1,410,601,395 
9,063,826 
51,988,966 

7,239,365 
11,623,550 
8,904,126 
135,277,625 
5,473,566 

19,655,103 

28,987,056 

1,388,110 

3,033,500 

40,669,983 

8,189,672 
222,168,975 
4,989,310 
4,147,524 
2,281,159 

102,459,916 
5,336,419 
3,563,560 
3,922,064 
8,913,478 

3,549,470 
5,484,602 
133,993,427 
18,793,107 
10,063,522 

1,317,030 

9,551,705 

1,063,800 

514,032,028 

15,101,990 

82,301,832 

2,878,500 

5,399,900 

264,595,684 

9,930,053 



$ 

549,110 

1,615,623 

58,037,840 

403,528 

2,223,787 

296,510 
505,129 
384,778 
6,591,485 
265,665 

847,662 

1,422,684 

55,007 

142,062 
2,131,690 

403,372 
9,784,419 
242,711 
192,920 
107,063 

4,914,241 
223,006 
175,051 
187,728 
397,643 

159,534 

236,144 

5,893,658 

776,301 

459,987 

60,336 

368,963 

51,177 

22,827,109 

673,632 

3,612,851 

121,102 

234,910 

10,737,790 

430,658 



1,391 

3,436 

174,044 

879 

4,984 

645 

1,056 

662 

12,726 

575 

1,654 
3,768 

144 

236 

4,781 



20,029 
533 
465 
184 

14,619 
496 

412 
475 
861 

285 

508 

11,117 

1,730 

813 

117 

761 

142 

59,618 

1,142 

9,091 

236 

596 

30,998 

743 



kW.h 
747 
776 
678 
859 
873 

935 
924 
1,124 
900 
796 

993 
645 
787 
1,053 
712 

698 
945 
783 
743 



586 
897 
716 
687 
872 

1,049 
893 

1,022 
915 

1,042 

930 

1,090 

629 

718 

1,107 

760 

1,021 

767 

713 

1,097 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



245 





General Service 




General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kW.h 


Sales 


Revenue 


kW.h 


$ 




kW.h 


a 


kW.h 


$ 




« 


kW.h 


$ 


24,944,423 


986,881 


216 


9,668 


3.96 


— 


— 


— 


— 


633,960 


23,047 


69,076,818 


2,900,813 


664 


8,695 


4.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,546,920 


60,850 


5,008,004,743 


201,065,915 


31,732 


13,181 


4.01 


1,394,349,648 


46,303,162 


22 


3.32 


64,788,739 


2,193,910 


7,096,782 


284,048 


112 


5,376 


4.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


225,000 


8,278 


96,850,222 


3,473,904 


720 


11,225 


3.59 


48,018,960 


1,499,557 


1 


3.12 


1,830,960 


64,241 


7,187,630 


285,563 


153 


3,941 


3.97 














241,560 


8,490 


14,336,170 


582,979 


229 


5,240 


4.07 


— 


— 


— 


— 


259,560 


9,615 


4,905,104 


201,918 


117 


3,494 


4.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


303,840 


10,746 


362,343,165 


15,010,747 


3,095 


9,644 


4.14 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,033,720 


119,747 


2,429,515 


108,320 


60 


3,552 


4.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


204,120 


7,870 


31,805,144 


1,179,376 


285 


9,203 


3.71 














475,920 


17,023 


103,863,389 


3,844,875 


585 


14,695 


3.70 


25,416,528 


951,032 


1 


3.74 


2,130,480 


79,983 


1,243,600 


48,346 


52 


2,073 


3.89 


— 


— 


— 


— 


91,080 


3,179 


1,698,508 


77,389 


70 


2,051 


4.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


165,600 


6,330 


16,289,058 


704,745 


493 


2,776 


4.33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,026,720 


38,019 


5,885,417 


255,035 


120 


3,924 


4.33 














279,000 


10,233 


416,971,940 


16,204,450 


3,978 


8,810 


3.89 


50,641,692 


1,681,497 


1 


3.32 


7,127,722 


264,718 


5,946,959 


251,109 


122 


4,029 


4.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


163,800 


6,233 


1,034,774 


44,350 


34 


2,536 


4.29 


— 


— 


— 


— 


114,840 


4,189 


1,054,190 


45,348 


26 


3,254 


4.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


82,080 


3,159 


200,982,723 


7,671,894 


1,848 


8,801 


3.82 


32,024,535 


1,302,279 


1 


4.07 


5,738,040 


207,526 


3,437,075 


133,021 


87 


3,292 


3.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


84,600 


2,952 


4,343,750 


191,355 


111 


3,232 


4.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


159,840 


6,158 


8,081,788 


331,095 


80 


8,018 


4.10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


244,800 


9,338 


3,468,823 


144,835 


114 


2,536 


4.18 


— 


— 


— 


— 


284,760 


10,428 


2,987,478 


122,843 


74 


3,319 


4.11 














94,320 


3,485 


4,223,420 


178,129 


109 


3,171 


4.22 


— 


^- 


— 


— 


165,240 


6,022 


171,206,259 


6,330,946 


1,155 


12,450 


3.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,922,640 


179,228 


30,090,582 


1,090,970 


305 


8,386 


3.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


465,120 


16,660 


8,573,626 


359,091 


161 


4,438 


4.19 


— 


— 


— 


— 


352,440 


13,519 


927,700 


41,049 


33 


2,343 


4.42 














53,640 


1,998 


19,653,930 


670,874 


149 


10,992 


3.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


279,360 


9,387 


784,500 


34,1% 


11 


5,943 


4.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


39,600 


1,540 


981,075,743 


37,501,308 


7,569 


10,769 


3.82 


702,643,620 


21,889,756 


7 


3.12 


25,475,400 


952,499 


31,592,770 


1,181,228 


202 


12,969 


3.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


372,240 


14,354 


174,033,994 


6,254,295 


1,160 


12,557 


3.59 














3,224,160 


112,591 


1,237,830 


50,754 


46 


2,242 


4.10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


61,200 


2,263 


4,698,910 


187,479 


84 


4,662 


3.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


189,360 


6,967 


441,958,570 


16,609,421 


3,892 


9,341 


3.76 


127,212,306 


3,841,674 


2 


3.02 


6,229,440 


228,585 


11,658,136 


422,646 


131 


7,590 


3.63 


" 








214,920 


7,677 



246 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 
For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Custo- 
mers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Rev. 

per 
kW.h 



Zurich. 
Total... 



kW.h 
6,853,310 
67,624,321,685 



$ 

284,104 
2,640,335,693 



371 
2,281,898 



kW.h 
4,062,900 
19,710,406,892 



$ 

170,977 
866,807,435 



293 
2,007,356 



kW.h 
1,152 
851 



C 

4.21 
4.40 



Statement D 

SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1983 



247 



General Service 

(under 5,000 kW) 



General Service 

(over 5,000 kW) 



Street Lighting 



Revenue 



Custo- 
mers 



Mthly. 
Use 
per 

Cust. 



Rev. 
per 
kW.h 



Sales 



Revenue 



Custo- 
mers 



per 
kW.h 



Sales 



Revenue 



kW.h 
2,662,610 
37,383,602,494 



$ 
108,536 

,436,425,179 



78 
274,424 



kW.h 
2,809 

11,835 



4.08 
3.84 



kW.h 



9,861,695,941 



312,646,773 



118 



3.17 



kW.h 
127,800 
668,616,358 



$ 

4,591 
24,456,306 



248 



Index 
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



AMEU 



Association of Municipal 
Electrical Utilities 



GS 


— Generating Station 


kV 


— kilovolt(s) 


kVA 


— kilovolt-ampere(s) 



kW.h — kilowatt-hour(s) 

MEU — Municipal Electric Utilities 



min 


— minimum 

— minute 


MW 


— megawatt 


NPD 


— Nuclear Power Demonstration 


OMEA 


— Ontario Municipal Electric 
Association 


TS 


— Transformer Station 


Twp 


— Township 



INDEX 

In this index, all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type. No references are given for the 
alphabetically arranged listings of municipalities either in Ontario Hydro's financial statements or in statements 
A, B, C and D. 



Abitibi Canyon GS 20 

-River 20 

Accounting policies 31 

— Advance payments for fuel supplies 33 

— Commissioning energy 33 

— Depreciation 32 

— Fixed assets 31 

— Foreign currency translation 34 

— Fuel for electric generation 33,46 

— Nuclear agreement — Pickering units 1&2 . .34 

— Pension plan 34,46 

— Procedures, uniform for MEU 94 

— Rate setting 31 

— Research and development 34,46 

— Unamortized items 33,34,42 

Acid gas emissions 14 

Acid rain 14 

Administration expense 28 

AECL see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 

Aguasabon GS 21 

-River 21 

Alexander GS 20 

Algoma Area 88 

Alliston Area 88 

Appropriation 

— debt retirement 28,35,38 

— stabilization of rates 

and contingencies 28,35,37,38 

Area offices, number of 84 

Arnprior Area 87 

-GS 20 

Assets of Ontario Hydro 2,3,36 

see also Financial Statements 

-fixed, of the MEU 91,96-225 

-total, of the MEU 94,96-225 

Assistance for rural construction 36,49 

Atikokan GS \2,\3, 30, 3 2, 4 2 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited . . 21,21,34,44 

Atomic Energy Control Board 8,9 

Aubrey Falls GS 20 



Audit of MEU accounts 94 

Average 

— consumption per customer, See Energy sales 

— number of employees 2,3 

B 

Balance sheet, Ontario Hydro 36,37 

— sheets, municipal 96-225 

Bancroft Area 87 

Bargaining, collective 16 

Barrett Chute GS 20 

Barrie Area 88 

Beachville Area 87 

Beck, Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 1 GS 20 

-Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 2 GS 20 

— Pumping-Generating Station 20 

Board of Directors 2,1 1,31 

— committees of 2 

Bonds and notes payable 2,3,28,40 

-issued by Ontario Hydro 28,37,39,43,48,53-56 

see also Financial Statements 

— guarantee of 2,43 

— other long-term debt 37,44 

— retired 28 

Books of accounts of MEU 94 

Bowmanville Area 87 

Bracebridge Area 88 

Brockville Area 87 

Bruce Energy Centre 10 

Bruce GS A 1,20,28,45 

Bruce GS B 13,30,42 

— Heavy Water Plant A 41,44 

— Heavy Water Plant D 43 

Bruce Nuclear Power Development 10 

C 

Cameron Falls GS 20 

Canadian currency bonds 28,43,53,54 

Canadian Electrical Association 14 

Canadian Standards Association 1 



Index 



249 



Capacity, dependable, of hydraulic resources 1 9,21 

— dependable peak 2,3 

defined .. 17 

sources of purchased power 21 

— in-service 19-21 

— of combustion-turbines in-service 20 

— of Ontario Hydro resources 2,3,19-21 

-total system 2,3,19,21 

Capital construction program 12,13,14 

— expenditures 2,3,30,42 

— investment 

see Financial Statements 

-investment of the MEU 96-225 

Caribou Falls GS 20 

Cash and short-term investments 42 

Cayuga Area 87 

Central Region 9,87 

Charges allocated to customers 

— contract municipalities 1,58-75 

— for primary power 56-75 

Chats Falls GS 20 

Chenaux GS 20 

Classes of rural service defined 84-86 

Clinton Area 87 

Coal supply 6,7,15 

Cobden Area 87 

Cobourg Area 87 

Combustion-turbine units 20 

Conservation 

see Energy Management 

Consolidated Hearings Act 13 

Construction program 12-14,42 

Corporate strategy 9 

Corporation 1,31 

Cost allocated to customers 1, 35, 56,57 

— contract municipalities 1,56-75 

— of fixed assets in service 2,3,50,51 

-of fuel 27,35 

— of operation 1,27,35 

— of power supplied to MEU defined 1 

— of primary power 56,57 

adjustments, annual 58-75 

statement of 

— providing service 1,31 

— purchased power 35 

see also Financial Statements cost 

— Ontario Hydro 35 

Costing load of the municipalities 58-75 

Costs 1,26-28 

— administration 1,27 

-of Ontario Hydro 1,26-28 

— of operation and maintenance 1,27,28 

— of Heavy Water 32 

— average per kW.h by type of generation . . .49 

Current assets 36 

Customer relations 9 

Customers 1,9,22,23,84-86,57,90 

-direct 1,22,23,86,90 

-farm 22,23,84,85,S7-<99 

-general service 22, 23, %6, 87 -89, 9 1,9 3 

-residential 22, 2 3, %4, 87 -89, 9 1, 9 3 

-retail \, 2 2, 2 3, 14,85,87 ,88 

-street lighting 22,23,90,91,93 

— number of 1,2,3,24 



-direct 1,24,86,90 

-farm 87-89 

— municipal 2,3,24,91 

-retail 24,87-89 

-served by MEU 24,91,93 

— ultimate served 2,3,24 

D 

Darlington GS 12,13,15,30,42 

Debt from borrowings 28, 29, 34,37-39,44,48,53- 

56 

— debenture, MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities debt 

— long-term of Ontario Hydro 

see Financial Statements liabilities 
-of the MEU 
see Municipal electrical utilities debt 

— payable in US funds 43,54,55 

-retirement 28,34,35,37-39,57 

— appropriation 28,35,56 

DeCew Falls GS No. 1 20 

DeCew Falls GS No. 2 " 20 

Demand charge .56,57 

— primary energy 56 

— primary peak 17,79 

Demands and resources 2,3-1,19-21 

Dependable peak capacity 2,3,11,19-21 

Depreciation 2%, 32,33, 3 5, 39, 40, 48, 49 

— accumulated 36,52 

-MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 

— Ontario Hydro 

see Financial Statements 
-expense 21,35,48,49 

— rates 32 

Description of main classes of retail service 84-86 

Des Joachims GS 20 

Deutsche marks, bonds in 55 

Diesel-electric generation 20 

Direct customers 

see Customers, direct 
Distribution facilities, 

Ontario Hydro-owned 50-51 

Diversity, power 19-21 

Douglas Point GS 4,6,18,21 

Dryden Area 88 

Dundas Area 87 

E 

East Elgin Area 87 

Eastern Region 87 

Electricity sales 
see Sales, electricity 

— price of 1,11,12 

Employees, number of 2,3,12,15 

Energy 

— Board 31 

— charge 56,57 

— delivered by Ontario Hydro to MEU . . . .22,23 

— deliveries from Manitoba 21 

— deliveries from Quebec 21 

— generated and received 2,3,18-21 



250 

— management 10,1 1 

— Minister 31 

— primary, delivered to interconnected 

utilities 2,3,22,23 

— primary demands 2,3,4,18 

— primary supplied 2,3,4-6,] 8 

— produced 

by hydro-electric generating stations . . 5,18-21 

by nuclear generating stations 5,18-21 

by thermal-electric units 6,18-21 

for commercial load 22-23 

-purchased 4,18,19,21 

by MEU 22-23 

-sales 2,3,22,23 

average per customer 

farm service 22,23,89 

general service 22,23,89,90 

municipal service 22,23,93 

retail service 22,23,89,90 

primary 2,3,22,23 

to direct industrial customers . . 22,23,90,93 

to municipalities 22,23 

to retail customers 22,23 

-secondary 2,3,6,18,22,23 

-supplied 2,3,4,5,6,18,22,23,21 

to direct industrial customers .... 22,23,90,93 
to interconnected systems .... 1,2,3,6,18,22,23 

to MEU 22 

to retail customers 22,23 

English River 20 

Environment 14,15 

— Minister 13 

Equal Opportunities Program 16 

Equipment purchased 15 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement 

appropriations and interest 37,38,76-83 

Equity of MEU in Ontario Hydro 

system 94,96-225 

Eurodollars 28,55 

Essex Area 87 

Evaluation of the Pension Fund 46 

Expenditures on fixed assets 2,3,28,50,51 

see also Financial Statements 
assets, fixed 
Expense of the MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
expense 
Export of Power 6,26,40 

F 

Farm customers 
see Customers 

— service 84,85 

Fenelon Falls Area 87 

Finance 25 

Financial indicators 28 

— operations of MEU 1,2 

Financial Statements 35-46,96-225 

-assets 36,96-225 

-assets, fixed . . . 29,3 \ ,32,36,41, 42,45, 46,48-51, 

96-225 

— assistance, provincial 37 

— balance sheet 36,37 



Index 



-bonds payable 37,39,43,48,53-56 

— changes in financial position 39 

— cost of power 35,58-75 

— cost of providing service 35 

-depreciation 32,33,35,36,39,40,48,49,52 

-equities 37,38,48,76-83 

— accumulated through debt retirement . . . 38, 
76-83 

— funded debt, see bonds payable 

— liabilities 37 

— net income 35 

— appropriations 35 

— operations, financial, statement of 35 

— reserve appropriation 35,38 

— revenue 26,27,35 

— stabilization of rates 35,37,38,46 

Fixed Assets 29, 3\, 32,36, 39-42, 45, 46, 48 

investment in, MEU 94,96-225 

Foreign currency translation 34,35,40 

Fort Frances Area 88 

Frankford Area 87 

Fuel availability 15 

-costs \5, 21, 35, 39, 42, 45, 49 

— generation of electricity 6,33,36,40,42,46,48 

— sources 15 



General Service customers 

see Customers, general service 
Generating capacity 

— stations added 5,12,28,30 

— cancelled or mothballed 6,12,32,4/ 

see also individual listings 

see also Financial Statements 

Generation development \2,13,42 

Georgian Bay Region 88 

Government of Ontario 1,2,31,34,42,56 

Growth in requirements 3,4 

Guelph Area 87 

H 

Harmon GS 20 

Health and Safety 16 

Hearn, Richard L., GS 6,20,41 

Herbicides 16 

Holden, Otto, GS 20 

Huntsville Area 88 

Hydro-electric energy generated 5,18-21,21 

— cost of 49 

— generating facilities 5, 17, 20,21 

— production 5,1,18 

— resources 1,20,21 

Hydro-Quebec 14,2/ 

I 

Income, net of Ontario Hydro 28,35,39,48 

appropriations from 28,i5 

Industrial customers 
see Customers, direct 

Inflation Restraint Act 16 

Interconnected utilities 1,6,14,27 



Index 



251 



Interest expense 28,35,40,48 

Interruptible load 17,79 

Investments 36,42 



J. Clark Keith GS 

see Keith, J. Clark, GS 



Kaministikwia River 20 

Kapuskasing Area 88 

Keith, J. Clark, GS 6,20,41 

Kenora Area 88 

Kent Area 87 

Kingston Area 87 

Kipling GS 20 

Kirkland Lake Area 88 

L 

Lakeview GS 20 

Lambton Area 87 

-GS 20,34 

Legislature of the Province 1 

Lennox GS 20,41 

Liabilities, long-term 

see Financial statements 

-bonds payable 48,49,53-56 

Load 

— forecast 12 

— growth 12,14 

Long-range planning 13 

Long-term debt 

see Financial Statements 

of MEU 96-225 

Lower Notch GS 20 

M 

Madawaska River 20 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric System 6,21 

Manitou Falls GS 20 

Manitoulin Area 88 

Marketing 9-11 

Materials purchased 15 

Matheson Area 88 

Mattagami River 20 

Michigan 6 

Minden Area 88 

Ministry of Energy 31 

Miscellaneous revenue of MEU 91 

Mississagi River 14,20 

Montreal River 20 

Mountain Chute GS 20 

Municipal distribution system 91 

— electrical service supplement 91 

— electrical utilities 1, 96-2 25 

accounts 91-93,94,96-225 

assets, fixed, at cost 96-225 

audit 94 

cost, average per kW.h 58-75 

— of power 56-75 



customers served 91,93,96-247 

debt 96-225 

depreciation 92,96-225 

energy sales 22,23 

equity in Ontaro Hydro system .... 94,96-225 

expense 94,96-225 

financial operations 94,96-225 

general service 228-247 

income, see revenue 

net income 96-225 

number of 2,3,24,91,94 

power supplied 58-75 

rates, wholesale 11 

relationship to Ontario Hydro 1 

residential service 91,93,228-247 

revenue 91,93,96-225 

N 

Nanticoke GS 14,20 

Negotiations with unions 16 

Net revenue of MEU 91,96-225 

New Liskeard Area 88 

Newmarket Area 87 

New York 6 

— Power Authority 13 

Niagara 

— Region 9 

-River 20 

Nipigon River 20 

North Bay Area 88 

Northeastern Region 88 

Northwestern Region 88 

Nuclear 

— agreement 27,34,55 

— capacity in construction program 13 

-fuel 6,15 

-irradiated fuel 33,57,59,45 

— Power Demonstration GS 20 

— plant decommissioning 45 

— safety 7 

Nuclear-electric production 18,20,21 

—cost of 49 

-stations 1,20,21 

Number of 

— employees, average in year 2,3 

— retail customers served 24,87-90 

— ultimate customers served 24 

O 

Ohio 6 

Ontario 

— Energy Board 31 

— Human Rights Code 16 

— Hydro distribution facilities . 1,2,3,24,41,50-52 

— Minister of Energy 31 

— Municipal Electric Association 5#,46 

-Power GS 20 

Operation expense 26,55 

Operations 

— statement of, municipal 96-225 

see also Municipal electrical 
utilities, financial operations 



252 

— statement of, Ontario Hydro 35 

see also Financial Statements, 

Operations 

Orangeville Area 88 

Orillia Area 88 

Ottawa River 20 

Otter Rapids GS 20 

Output of hydro-electric stations 20,21 

Owen Sound Area 88 

P 

Parry Sound Area 88 

Peak demand 2,3,4,19 

Penetanguishene Area 88 

Pension Plan 34,46 

Perth Area 87 

Peterborough Area 87 

Petrosar Limited 46 

Pickering GS A 7, 9, 27, 28, 34,4 1,4 5 

Pickering GS B 5,7,12,73,28,30,42 

Picton Area 87 

Pine Portage GS 20 

Planning, long-range 12 

Power 

— Corporation Act 1,28,31 

— development program 12,13,29,30 

-District 84 

— primary 2,3,4,19 

-purchase 6,18,19,21-23 

— requirements 2,3,18,19 

— resources 19-21 

Program of capital construction 12,13 

Progress on power developments 12,13 

Provincial Government 1,2,27,34,37,4° 

Provision for depreciation 32,33,35,39,40 

— for reserve for stabilization of 

rates and contingencies 35,37,38 

Public participation programs 13,14 

Purchased energy \1, 18, 19, 20-2 3 

Q 

Quebec Hydro 6,14,2/ 



Rates 

— experimental 12 

— increases, wholesale 1 1,12,49 

— review 31 

-stabilization reserve 28,3 \, 35, 37, 38 

Rayner, George W., GS 20 

REAP — see Residential Energy Advisory Program 

Red Rock Falls GS 15,20 

Regulatory powers 1,94 

Requirements 

— energy 2,3,18 

— power 2,3,19 

— primary energy 2,3,19 

Research activities 34,46 

Reserve 

—capacity 19 

— for stabilization of rates and 



Index 



contingencies 28,31,35,37,35 

— see also Financial Statements 

Reserves of power 19 

Residential Energy Advisory Program 10 

Residential service 84 

— municipal systems 91,228-247 

-retail 84,85,57-97,93 

-revenue of MEU 91-93,96-225 

Resources 79-27 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 

— hydro-electric 79-27 

— nuclear 79-27 

— thermal-electric 79-27 

Restraint Program 16 

Retail 

— classes of service defined 84-86 

— customers of Ontario Hydro, 

number of 1,2,3,24 

-customers of MEU 24,91,93,228-247 

-distribution facilities 2,3,24,41,50-52 

— distribution of electricity 1,84 

— energy consumption 22-23 

— service 1 

by MEU 9\,228-247 

by Ontario Hydro 1,2,3,84-86 

Revenue 

-of Ontario Hydro 26,27,35,56,57 

from direct customers 26,35,56,57 

from export of secondary energy . . . 6,26,35,40 

from MEU 26,35,56 

from retail customers 26,35,56 

from sales of power and energy 26,35,56 

from sales to interconnected systems . 26,35,40 
per kW.h 49,89,90 

-of MEU 91,93,96-225 

per kW.h 58-75,93 

retail 91,93,228-247 

Revised Statutes of Ontario 1 

Richard L. Hearn GS 
see Hearn, Richard L., GS 

Rural assistance 1 1,37,49 



St. Lawrence River 20 

Sales, electricity 

-municipal 22, 23, 9\, 93, 228-247 

-retail 22,23,89,90 

-of energy 2,3,18,22,23,89-91,93 

— of secondary energy 2,3,6,18,22,23 

Saunders, Robert H., St. Lawrence GS 20 

Secondary energy 2,3,6,18,22,23 

revenue 6,26,35,40 

Silver Falls GS 20 

Simcoe Area 87 

Special Retirement Allowance 15,27 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

reserve 28,35,37,35 

Staff 2,3,15-16 

Standard accounting system of MEU 94 

Stewartville GS 20 

Strathroy Area 87 

Street lighting revenue 90,91,93,228-247 

Sudbury Area 88 



Index 253 



Supply 15 

Swiss currency bonds 28,43,56 



Thermal-electric (Fossil) 

— additional capacity planned 12,/ J 

— cost of 49 

— energy generated 5,6,18,20,21 

— generating stations 20 

-production 5,6,18,20,21,21 

— resources 19-21 

Thunder Bay Area 41,88 

-GS 20,41 

Timmins Area 88 

Toronto Power GS 20 

Transformer stations 13 

Transmission lines 2,3,13,14,24,29,32,41 

— in service 2,3,13,24 

— underground 24 

Tweed Area 87 



U 



Utility Restructuring 94 

Ultimate customers served 2,3,24 

Uniform system of accounts for MEU 94 

United States currency bonds 28,43,54,55 

Uranium 6,15,42 



Vankleek Hill Area 87 

Vermont 6 



W 



Walkerton Area 88 

Warren Area 88 

Welland Canal 20 

Wells GS 20 

Wesleyville GS 43 

West German Currency, bonds in 43,55 

Western Region 9,87 

Whitedog Falls GS 21 

Winchester Area 87 

Winnipeg River 21 



Year-round residential services %A,87-89 



ONT ONTARIO HYDRO 

HYDRO STATISTICAL YEARBOOK, 
YRBK 1983.